A North Lauderdale teenager was arrested Thursday night and held in lieu of bail after allegedly groping a Walmart customer's buttocks outside a dressing room at the 7300 W. McNab Road superstore in Florida.
Aaron L. Morris, 18, "willfully and intentionally grabbed the victim’s right buttocks against her will," according to a police report obtained by The Smoking Gun.
Morris allegedly fled the store but was soon picked up by police at a nearby RaceTrac gas station, where the victim identified him, the Sun Sentinel reports.
Morris copped to the feel during questioning, according to the report. After the arresting officer read him his rights, Morris explained he had touched the woman because, "Her booty looked so good, I just couldn't resist touching it."
Morris is being charged with a misdemeanor in the incident.
The teen should be glad he didn't suffer the same fate as the man who allegedly grabbed a woman's buttocks on the L train in New York City in July.
The woman chased her attacker onto a train, where passengers dragged him out onto the platform, and held him until authorities arrived, according to the New York Daily News. The incident was also recorded on bystander's cellphone.
And of course, who could forget the case of martial arts expert Priscilla Dang, who turned the tables on her two teenage attackers in Vancouver in June?
Dang, a kung fu expert, got in several good punches before both boys fled the scene.
"I think they knew they messed with the wrong girl," Dang told KATU.
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