Connecticut man accused of filming child in Disney bathroom at Grand Floridian

A Connecticut man was arrested for filming a 10-year-old boy inside a Disney resort bathroom while his unconscious parents were eating dinner, police said.

Authorities said the minor, from Georgia, entered a bathroom at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort and Spa in Orlando.

At some point, he noticed a phone towering over the wall and appeared to be filming him.

The boy left and told his parents, and his furious father immediately went to the victim to confront Clayton Snider, 22, of New Haven, Connecticut.

The father later told police that Snider was loitering in front of the urinals and not using the bathroom, according to police affidavits.

Snider repeatedly denied photographing or filming the child and left the bathroom.

The boy’s mother called police and demanded to see Snider’s phone, but he refused.

Clayton Snider was booked into the Orange County Jail on charges of video voyeurism for allegedly filming the child. Orange County Jail

He later offered to show it to the victim’s relatives, but they suspected he had removed the offensive material.

Snider agreed to allow arriving officers to unlock and search his device.

After discovering nothing suspicious, they examined their hidden and recently deleted folders.

That search revealed video of the victim, police said.

The boy's family confronted Snider after the incident at Disney's Grand Floridian Resort and Spa.The boy’s family confronted Snider after the incident at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort and Spa.Disney’s Grant Floridian Resort and Spa

The images made it clear that they were taken from an elevated position, according to authorities.

“The young man had shorts down to his ankles and was wearing a blue shirt,” according to a police report seen by The Post.

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Snider, who refused to unlock his Apple Watch, was arrested at the scene and booked into an Orange County jail on charges of video voyeurism, according to Click Orlando.

He was released from the Orange County Jail on $5,000 bail and pleaded not guilty.

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