Joaquín 'El Chapo' Guzmán's trial: Eleven crazy moments
The trial of Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán hasn't been short on details of the drug cartel kingpin's colourful lifestyle.
Here is some of the craziest evidence so far.
A trusted hitman for El Chapo kept a "murder room" in his mansion on the US border, which featured a drain on the floor to more easily clean up after slayings.
Edgar Galvan testified in January that Antonio "Jaguar" Marrufo had a room with white tiles that was sound-proofed "so no noise comes out".
"In that house, no-one comes out," Galvan told jurors.
Galvan said his role in the organisation was to smuggle weapons into the US, so that Marrufo could use them to "clear" the region of rivals.
At the time, he was living in El Paso, Texas, while Marrufo was living in Ciudad Juarez, just across the US-Mexico border.
But both men are now in jail on firearms and gun charges.
El Chapo used his slew of mistresses to help further his narcotics operation - and his text history proves it, the FBI alleges.
Thanks to the Flexi-spy software Mr Guzmán used to spy on his wife, Emma Coronel, and the women with whom he had affairs, the FBI was able to present his texts in court.