A 27 year-old man was arrested after allegedly groping six people, including minors, at Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon water park in Florida.
Aman Bhatia was arrested by Orange County Sheriff’s deputies after one of the victims said she was groped by the man, prompting other victims to come forward as well, according to the Daily Mail.
She says that as waves crashed over her, she felt Bhatia’s hands all over her body.
Citing a Sheriff’s Office report, Click on Orlando reported that Bhatia was accused of getting in front of the victim again.
Another victim says she was in the wave pool when Bhatia grabbed her waist from behind.
She was able to break loose from his grasp, but he grabbed her again.
Four others reported similar incidents to authorities.
Bhatia allegedly pinched one female victim and left a red mark on her skin, the Orlando Sentinel reported.
Some of Bhatia’s victims were between the minor ages of 12 years-old and 15 years-old. Bhatia, though, says he broke his glasses and couldn’t clearly see people in the water, causing him to touch them.
Disney has since banned him from the water park.
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