On Tuesday a video captured Alabama State Senator Larry Stutts (R) being scolded by local police after he allegedly took a picture of a 17-year old girl.
“She just wanted to understand why you were taking her picture, I didn’t understand either,” a cop says in the video. “Do you need any more pictures of her?”
“No I got one,” Stutts said.
The girl was holding a sign in support of his rival Johnny Mack Morrow. Stutts told police, “I’m sure you’re aware it’s illegal to advertise on a [state highway.]”
“I was concerned about your people intimidating a 17-year old girl,” another person said.
Here’s Larry Stutts talking to Muscle Shoals PD about taking pics of a 17yr-old girl who was holding a Johnny Mack Morrow sign. The girl previously had coffee thrown on her, the cop says. #alpolitics pic.twitter.com/dpKpTA025j# p #7_9 # ad skipped = true #
— Josh Moon (@Josh_Moon) November 6, 2018# p #8_9 # ad skipped = true #