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Walmart Pleasure Seeker Barred From Retail Giant
DECEMBER 1--The Florida man arrested after he was caught masturbating in the toy aisle of a Walmart with the aid of a Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue has cut a plea deal that bars him from future visits to the retail giant âor any store where childrenâs toys are sold,â court records show.
As part of a plea deal to indecent exposure and battery charges, William Tyler Black was sentenced to two years of community control, a more severe version of probation that often includes a curfew. Black, 28, will also be subjected to GPS monitoring, according to a Sarasota Circuit Court document that stipulates âno contact w/ Walmart.â
The deal spares Black, who spent a month in custody following his September 14 arrest, further jail time. The conviction, though, will likely have a negative impact on Blackâs career as a substitute teacher. Black is pictured in the above mug shot.
When confronted by cops, Black admitted that he had been masturbating in the storeâs toy aisle, claiming that he was driven to the lewd act after he spotted âsome pretty girls which made him aroused.â He told officers that he âgrabbed a magazine and then found a back aisle and began to masturbate until he relieved himself on the floor,â according to a probable cause affidavit.
The magazine he selected was the 2010 Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue featuring model Brooklyn Decker on its cover.
A Walmart worker told investigators that Black âejaculated onto the floor and wiped his hand on a toy along with rubbing his foot in the suspected semen on the floor.â He then âdiscarded the magazine behind some toys and proceeded to the front of the store,â employees reported. The defiled toy was a lightsaber (apparently of the "Star Wars" variety), according to a law enforcement source.
Though Black--who claimed he was shopping for a toy for his daughter--assured arresting officers that, âI swear Iâm not a pervert,â and offered to clean up his mess, he was nonetheless charged with a felony and a misdemeanor. One charge, battery on a child, was filed since a âreasonable person would believe that a child would come in contact with the fluid on the toy being that it was left in the toy aisle of the store.â (4 pages)