‘Toe-tapping’ sting nets 10 arrests in Temecula

TEMECULA — According to a report on Thursday, Dec. 12 by Sergeant Robert Menchaca, the Temecula Sheriff's Special Teams recently arrested 10 people in an operation aimed people who engage in what's described as "toe-tapping" in restrooms in the city. "These public restrooms/toilets have generated several complaints from the public, where males have been observed loitering to engage in a sexual act," Sgt. Menchaca said. "The term for this type of sexual encounter is known as 'Toe-Tap' or 'Toe-Tapping,' where a male will try to initiate contact with another male by moving his foot beyond the stall divide and tap his foot to engage in a sexual encounter." Over the course of eight days, Temecula Special Teams undercover deputies entered public restrooms to conduct undercover investigat
Subscribe or log in to read the rest of this content.