Link Man Sentenced To Extra Year In Jail After Mooning Judge POSTED: 8:58 am EDT September 22, 2004 MILFORD, Conn. -- A man who mooned the judge will be spending an extra year in his prison jumpsuit. Three months after dropping his pants in front of Superior Court Judge Patrick Carroll, Richard Brown was back in court Monday for a plea agreement on a robbery. Brown's June 23 pants dropping cost him a year in prison. He got six months for contempt of court and an extra six months that the prosecutor added to the sentence offered in a plea deal for robbery. Brown's bottomless outburst began when Carroll told him to say "yes, sir" when addressing the court. "Sir? Kiss my (expletive), sir!" Brown shouted, dropping the pants of his two-piece prison jumpsuit as he turned to expose his rear end to the bench. According to terms of the plea agreement, Brown will be sentenced in December to 10 1/2 years in prison for holding up the Krauszer's market in West Haven, on Dec. 11, 2003. Brown will begin serving that sentence when he finishes his six months for contempt for the mooning the judge. Copyright 2004 by The Associated Press.