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Lake Buena Vista, FL – Moses Velasquez, 39 and a registered sex offender, was apprehended by Orange County police after being accused of ‘lewd punching’ at Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon.

Lewd punching?!?

Witnesses and alleged victims – three related girls between the ages of 12 and 16 – told an Orange County Sheriff’s deputy that Velasquez was in the wave pool and that, as the waves approached, Velasquez had either kissed their buttocks, pulled their swimsuits down or punched them in their private parts.

One of the girls reportedly told the deputy that she was punched in her genital area so hard it caused a “burning sensation.”

Still trying to get my brain wrapped around this one…  Nope.

Once a Disney employee was made aware of the incident, Velasquez was quickly removed from the pool.  Velasquez was escorted to the park office, where he was interviewed by a deputy. Velasquez’s wife, who was also at the park, went with him.

Deputies issued Velasquez a trespass warning for all of Disney properties and took him to jail.  Velasquez was charged with two counts of lewd and lascivious molestation, according to Orange County Jail.  Bond was set at $5,150.

Velasquez is a registered sex offender who was found guilty of molesting a girl between the ages of 12 and 15 in 2002, according to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement.  He was sentenced to almost three years in state prison on a lewd and lascivious battery charge for that conviction.

“We are focused on deterring this type of behavior in coordination with law enforcement,” said Disney spokeswoman Andrea Finger said in a statement. “Among the tools we use is a training program to raise awareness among our cast to help them recognize and report suspicious behavior.”

It’s like Glee meets LAW AND ORDER:SVU.

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