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A Los Angeles, Calif. mailman allegedly choked an 11-year-old girl who was taunting him for accidentally walking into a women's bathroom, LA Weekly reported.
Daniel Villasenor, 55, was arrested Monday afternoon on suspicion of cruelty to a child, according to a Los Angelos County Sherrif's Department release.
Several witnesses confirmed that they saw Villasenor -- who has been a Postal Service employee for 31 years -- "get angry and choke the young girl" after she'd been laughing at him at a park.
As of Wednesday, Villasenor remained in jail with bail set at $100,000. He has been placed on unpaid leave.
CLARIFICATION: The wording of the story has been changed to make more clear that Villasenor was an employee of the Postal Service for 31 years, not 31 years old.
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