A man remains on the loose after two incidents involving him allegedly harassing and assaulting people.
Earlier this week, Sonia Telusnord and her sister Faria Bathol were celebrating a family member’s birthday party at Baker Park in Naples when a man approached them after their children went to play at the park.
“Apparently he was saying there was an 18-month-old at the bottom of the slide and I was like okay, this is for 5-12 year olds,” said Telusnord, NBC 2 reports. When the man confronted them, Telusnord and Bathol got into a heated verbal altercation that was all recorded by Telusnord’s daughter. During the back and forth, the man called the women “animal,” “trash” and “classless.”
He even told the sisters that he’d “break [their] jaw in an effing heart beat’.” Bathol says she was nervous that the man would hit her. After reporting the incident, the man was never arrested.
Telusnord shared the ordeal on social media, which led to some online users recognizing the man and sharing their own poor experiences with him. Just days before the park incident, the man allegedly manhandled a 15-year-old boy in a theater who he thought bumped into his child after a movie ended. The man ended up evading arrest after running away from the theater workers before authorities showed up.
“I was confused because to me, I didn’t bump into no kid. I didn’t feel it,” said the teen. The community is hoping at some point police get involved. “He’s terrorizing everybody,” said Telusnord, NBC 2 reports.