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Keifer Not Goin' Commando For Jail Time

Oct. 27 2008, Published 7:07 a.m. ET

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PANTY PARTY Keifer's booking pic

Teetotaled: DUI dude Kiefer Sutherland checks in for his holiday season visit at the Glendale City Jail, delivering fans a rather fetching booking photo. The occasionally pickled actor packed his own skivvies and some light reading material for the trip. Like Spencer Pratt, he'll be catching up on Delta Force.

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