DM - A routine traffic stop landed a Tennessee couple behind bars Wednesday for allegedly trying to have sex with a 17-year-old girl. Police pulled over Michael McCarrell, 46, in Nashville for failing to use his turn signal, only to discover a teenaged girl sitting between the driver and his 27-year-old wife, Amanda McCarrell. The couple, who reside in Crossville, Tennessee, told investigators they had met the minor on an online dating site and had picked her  up in Glasgow, Kentucky. According to Mr McCarrell, he initially thought the girl was 18 years old and only realized that she was underage as they were driving from Kentucky to Tennessee, his arrest warrant cited by The Tennessean states. His wife, Amanda McCarell, allegedly admitted to police that she had planned to have sex with the 17-year-old.

In describing himself, Michael McCarrell wrote on his Facebook page: ‘just looking to have fun n enjoy life to is fulls”

I know there’s a lot of stupid people in the South but I think Michael and Amanda McCarrell might take the cake as the dumbest of the bunch. Like I just can’t wrap my head around how they got arrested here. They picked up a 17 year old girl who wanted to have sex, they were pulled over for a routine traffic stop and somehow the cop figured the whole thing out. Huh? How is that possible? Did they dress the girl up in leather chaps, ball gag her and strap an apple to her head? Did she look like The Gimp? Was she in the backseat riding a sybian and hosing Michael McCarrell as he was driving through Glasgow, Kentucky? Whole thing makes no sense. Just say she’s your niece, pull into the nearest hotel and scissor her face off. Boom problem solved.

PS – If you don’t think I’m friend requesting this couple on Facebook right now you’re crazy. “Just looking to have fun n enjoy life to is fulls”. Me too bro, me too. Let’s fucking party.

PPS – Isn’t it kinda weird that this Amanda McCarrell broad is twice as close in age to the girl they got arrested for trying to have sex with than her own husband? The law is straight up whacky sometimes.