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Disney Worker Busted For Vile Walmart Act

Cops: Suspect, 20, "flung" bodily fluid on woman

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Disney & Walmart

APRIL 2--A Walt Disney World employee was arrested Tuesday night for masturbating inside a Walmart, where he “flung” bodily fluids on an unsuspecting woman as he prowled store aisles while listening to “audio pornography” on headphones, cops report.

Taylor Davis, 20, was in the store’s infants section when a Walmart security guard observed him inappropriately touching himself while apparently following a female shopper.

The guard called cops after she spotted Davis wipe a "white substance" on some Walmart merchandise (which was later discarded). Investigators subsequently determined that Davis--who did not expose himself inside Walmart--had been masturbating via a hole he had cut inside his hooded sweatshirt.

When an Osceola County Sheriff’s Office deputy arrived at the Walmart in Kissimmee, a city about 25 miles south of Orlando, he located Davis in a vehicle in the store’s parking lot. During questioning, Davis reportedly confessed to pleasuring himself inside the store, saying that he had spotted an attractive woman shopping and began following her around the retailer.

“Mr. Davis stated that he masturbated and after he ‘finished’ he flung the semen off of his hand,” a deputy reported. The bodily fluid landed on the back of a female customer who was unaware that she had been struck.

Davis said that he was “listening to audio pornography on his phone” while “touching himself inside his sweatshirt.” Cops seized the garment, along with Davis’s phone and a bottle of baby oil. Davis explained that “his sweatshirt has a hole on the interior for him to access his penis when he wants to masturbate” in public.

Davis, who said he is addicted to pornography, told police that he has “struggled with the issue of public masturbation for close to a year” and “wishes to seek help for this problem.” He also copped to similar vile behavior while working at Disney, from which he is now on unpaid leave pending the outcome of his criminal case.

Davis was charged with criminal mischief and disorderly conduct, both misdemeanors, and booked into the county jail. Released yesterday on $750 bond, Davis could face additional charges stemming from the Walmart incident, according to investigators. (3 pages)