Man Charged With Playing With Wee Wee While Watching Breastfeeding Woman In Boca

Travis Willis

Travis Willis, Courtesy Palm Beach County Jail.

BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — Travis Willis, a 30 year old Lauderhill resident, is in jail after a woman says he played with himself in the LA Fitness parking lot while she was breastfeeding.

The woman told police she was sitting in her car in the area of 4950 Technology Way — breastfeeding her baby — when she “noticed a silver Buick sedan back into the parking spot next to her vehicle, with its driver door adjacent to her vehicle’s. A short time later, the woman noticed the driver’s window of the Buick go down and she observed a black man wearing a white tank top, seated in the driver’s seat. The woman observed the black man masturbating inside his vehicle while looking at the woman breast feed.”

The woman called 911 but — as she dialed — the man allegedly drove away — but not before the woman provided his description and license plate. Police say the description matches the description of man who other women say they saw masturbating in the same place over the past several months.

Willis was ultimately cuffed and stuffed…he was taken with his wee wee wee all the way to jail where he’s being held on $1,000 bond.

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