Deadbeat moms and dads could face humiliating consequences.
Parents who don't pay child support in Virginia may be subjected to a humiliating consequence: Having their photo and personal information placed on a public "Most Wanted List."
Recently, eight men and one woman who evaded paying a combined total of $523,000 in child support are on Virginia's latest list.
Each offender is profiled on an online poster compiled by the Virginia Department of Social Services. The poster lists each person's photograph, physical description, last known address, occupation and the amount of child support owed.
The current culprits include a painter, car salesman and quality assurance inspector. They owe child support ranging from $177,401 for one child to $23,304 for two.
Many of the non-custodial parents have relocated, but they won't get off scot-free -- Virginia has reciprocal agreements with every state in the nation and 25 countries.
Click here to see the current offenders.