Disney Security Guard Arrested in Florida Prostitution Sting


A Disney security guard was arrested during a six-day “Operation Santa’s Naughty List” sting. 46 men were arrested for soliciting the services of a prostitute, and a total of 124 people were arrested for various charges involving prostitution.

One of the men was identified at 56-year-old, Disney security guard, Rodney Davis. Who showed up to the sting completely naked, but carried a shirt with him.

Mr. Davis came to a house in Polk County to purchase sex from an undercover deputy according to Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd.

“This guy walked up to the front door of this home in a neighborhood on a cool evening buck naked” Sheriff Judd said.

According to WESH 2A total of 124 people were arrested, five of which had the intent to sexually harm a child, Judd said. Fifty-three people were arrested for prostitution, a second-degree misdemeanor, and 46 were arrested for seeking the services of a prostitute, a first-degree misdemeanor. 

Judd said seven women who were arrested for prostitution may be the victims of human trafficking. Two of the women were taken to shelters and introduced to anti-trafficking organizations for assistance and support.

There has been a video released of Davis and this can be viewed on the WESH channel here (it has been blurred out, but fair warning, he’s naked.)

If I’m being fair, I would not let this deter you from taking a trip to Walt Disney World. They are one of the largest employers in Florida and stuff like this is bound to happen from time to time. I do not believe this individual was trying to solicit a minor, so I don’t think you need to worry for your kids about this particular case. If it’s something you are worried about, check with Disney about your concerns and see what they suggest. Personally, I would still go.

What do you think? Comment and let us know!

Source: WESH 2, Rumble

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