Women flooding website with their mug shots.

A Twitter account that posts the charges and photos of women who look criminally attractive in their mugshots has racked up nearly 200,000 followers. And while having a mug featured on the page may seem like a dubious honor, the man behind it says he’s been inundated with wannabe felon fatales begging for him to post their pics.

“A lot of people send me their own mugshots — I get probably 15 to 20 plus [direct messages] a day of different ones,” the creator of Mugshawtys, 24-year-old electrician Josh Jeffery, tells The Post. “A lot of what I post is submissions.”

Women beg him to rep their record, Jeffery says, hoping to get cash and boost their followings by appearing as a Mugshawty.

“They definitely want some kind of exposure,” he says, adding that many Shawtys ask him to shout out their Twitter handle or crowdfunding account, in some cases, to help them raise bail.

Jeffery, who’s based in California, says he personally doesn’t profit from the account.

If a Mugshawty ever asks for her photo to be taken down, he complies immediately.

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