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Man records himself harassing women at Walmart

By Mason White 10:58 AM November 21, 2014
Hector Rivera 

By: Wayne Morin
(Scroll down for video) A man attempted to become famous by sexually harassing women inside a Walmart store.

The man of Florida, uploaded the embarrassing videos to YouTube.

However, rather than going viral, the video landed him in jail.

Armed with an iPhone, Hector Rivera, 26, recorded himself asking women for selfies. He made racist comments and requests sexual favors from women in the aisles of the Lake County store.

“I think all the Spanish girls have big behinds,” Rivera was heard saying in a YouTube video. The video is now deleted.

Rivera’s inappropriate antics landed him behind bars on charges of battery and disorderly conduct after he went too far with a female employee.

The woman, who is a single mother, became scared when Rivera asked her inappropriate questions.

“Can I try your cookies?” He asked the woman before calling her “kitty cat.”

He then put his arm around the startled employee, according to the Lake County Sheriff’s Office.

As the woman tried to get his hands off her, he laughed and said that she did not want her children to see that on a video.

The employee complained to her boss, who reviewed surveillance cameras and called police.

Police located the video on YouTube, which showed Rivera randomly screaming at women in other stores. In another video, he was seen annoying his mother while she was driving and talking on her cell phone.

Police identified and located Rivera through his YouTube account, and he was arrested.