Two 93-Year-Olds Looking for Sex
Posted by shadmia on March 26, 2008
Carlos Underhill and Frank Milio, both 93, of Manatee County, Fl. were picked up during recent undercover prostitution stings. However, Underhill will not be charged, as prosecutors decided that their case against him could not be proven.
Carlos Underhill admits to stopping to talk with the “good-looking girl” who made eyes at him. She was sitting at a bus stop “with her (breasts) hanging out” and he was planning to give her a ride. What Underhill did not know was that she was an undercover police officer. According to Underhill, when the conversation turned to sex he became confused. She mentioned $30 and this made him feel uncomfortable. In order to get out of what he called “an awkward situation” he promised to come back later to finalize the “deal”. That was when he got arrested.
As if that was not bad enough, it was even more embarrassing, he said, to call his daughter from jail and ask her to pay his bond. “My daughter and I haven’t talked about it since,” he said. Prosecutors said that they were unable to move ahead with the criminal case because there was no way to prove that Underhill actually planned to come back.
Although Underhill paid a $150 fine back in 1990 when he was 75-years-old for trying to pick up a prostitute, he said this time all he was trying to do was chat with the buxom woman who smiled at him as he drove past.
“All I was going to do was talk,” he said. “It wasn’t for sex. I am 93, you know.”
Meanwhile things are not looking so good for Frank Milio also 93. Prosecutors have issued subpoenas and plan to take him to trial. According to police records, Milio tried to pay $20 to an undercover officer on 14th Street West. In his defense, Milio said that he was only flirting with the woman.
“I haven’t had that in years,” he said. “Ninety-three is kind of old.”
I may be wrong on this but this Frank Milio seems to be a member of the US Coast Guard Auxiliary who recently completed 30 years of service and was honored in a ceremony with a certificate for his achievements. He had retired from the US Army in July of 1974 and joined the Auxiliary in June of 1976. In 1994 the 80-year-old Frank Milio had completed 932 vessel safety checks. Below are pictures from his 30th anniversary with the US Coast Guard.
What makes me think that this is the same Frank Milio is the picture displayed in the article from the Herald Tribune which reported the story. Take a look and see if the picture in the newspaper does not closely resemble the Frank Milio who works for the US Coast Guard Auxiliary. My apologies if I am mistaken……but I don’t think so.