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Florida Man Allegedly Has Sex With 'Frozen' Olaf Toy, Then A Stuffed Unicorn At Target

Cody Christopher Meader admitted to doing "stupid stuff," according to a Pinellas County Sheriff’s Department arrest affidavit.

By Gina Tron

A Florida man is accused of getting it on with a host of stuffed animals at a Target, including the snowman from “Frozen.”

Cody Christopher Meader, 20, of Petersburg, was charged Thursday with criminal mischief for allegedly defiling two plush toys in October. 

He’s accused of strolling through a St. Petersburg Target one October afternoon until he came across a Disney “Frozen” merchandise display. He then allegedly found one toy that tickled his fancy, a “large Olaf stuffed animal,” according to Pinellas County Sheriff’s Department affidavit obtained by Oxygen.com.

He picked the toy up from the display and "then proceeded to lay it on the floor and 'dry hump' the item until he ejaculated onto the merchandise, before placing it back on display,” the affidavit alleges. 

But, he wasn’t done, yet according to the affidavit. He then found another victim.

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After allegedly defiling Olaf, Meader perused the store until he found a “large unicorn stuffed animal,” which he also began to “dry hump,” according to the affidavit.

At some point, someone alerted the store to Meader’s alleged stuffed animal romps. He was detained before he could leave the Target.

While still in the store, Meader allegedly admitted to investigators that he had been doing "stupid stuff.” Additionally, he allegedly “admitted that he had 'nutted' on the Olaf stuffed animal." The affidavit also claimed that he "has a history of this type of behavior via his father," though what that means exactly, is unclear. 

Olaf and the unicorn were removed from the store and "destroyed due to circumstances."

Meader was released on a $150 bond. It is not clear if he has an attorney who can speak on his behalf.

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