This is Florida Resident Meagan Renea McCullough

TRENDING ON THE NET: So attractive that it is Illegal

The latest from the Star's high school internet columnist.

Crime is serious business, I wouldn’t recommend it. Those jail cells are pretty cold and smelly and the crowd is a mixed bunch of rascals who leave many, many memorable moments. But don’t let that thought disturb your head for your photo shoot with the police, smile!

This here is “Attractive Convict.” She is a new member of the “Advice Animal” Family of memes, a group of images of animals and humans accompanied by text to represent a character trait or an archetype to fit them into a role of a stock character.

Like so: This lovely lady is Florida resident Meagan Renea McCullough, who was arrested for driving under the influence. Her mugshot was uploaded to arrests.org and later to a Men’s Interest Blog called “The Chive” with other attractive ladies mugshots. It later popped up on Reddit /r/pics in August 16 2012, but did not become popular until April 3, 2013 when it was submitted to /r/AdviceAnimals as the picture below.

Within 48 hours, the post gained over 8,800 upvotes (similar to the Facebook “like”) and 550 comments. In the same day, two more were created. “Can I have her / cell number”gathered 18,000 upvotes and 700 comments while “I guess it’s true / Looks do kill” was able to grab 5,900 upvotes and 175 comments.

She may have been charged for drinking and driving, but it would seem many agree that she is charged guilty for her crime of taking our breath away.

For more attractive convict. Click here.

Also, Find out the truth behind the “Red Equal Sign” (It probably sounds cooler in another language…) here.

 

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