Orlando, FL (February 19, 2019) - In Orlando, a registered sex offender allegedly exposed himself to a child while he was visiting SeaWorld’s Aquatica earlier this month.

The young girl who fell victim to the act had been at the dolphin viewing section when she turned around and saw 52-year-old Gerald Youmans exposing himself to her. The victim immediately found her father and told him.

The father confronted Youmans, which was all seen on video surveillance by police who investigated the incident. It was then discovered that Youmans was registered as a sex offender previously and frequents Aquatica as a gold annual pass holder.

Previous jail records show that he was arrested for lewd and lascivious conduct. Allegedly, he had exposed himself to a young girl and asked her to pull down his shorts.

Orlando Lewd and Lascivious Conduct Laws

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