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Florida Man Takes Out Penis Trying to Pick Up Woman in Front of Her Kids

Adam Justin Griffith spotted himself a gorgeous lady playing with her kids in the playground at the Anderson Snow Sports Complex.

He apparently needed to meet her and inquire if she was single or not.

So he decided to approach her by laying down the smoothest pick-up maneuver possible: by walking up to her and her kids with his penis hanging out of his pants.

According to a Hernando County Sheriff's Office news release, Griffith spotted the woman and her children leaving the playground and walking to their car.

As he sat in his Acura MDX several parking spots away, observing them getting ready to leave, Griffith allegedly took it out and began fondling himself.

The mother spotted Griffith playing with Little Griffith and put the children in the car. She then called 911.

Seeing the woman getting into her car, Griffith then exited his vehicle and walked over toward her, with his Johnson flapping in the breeze.

He then approached the driver's-side window and leaned into it.

"Damn girl," he reportedly said to her. "You're fine. Do you have a man?"

All this while his dick was still hanging out of his pants. Smooth operator.

Unfortunately, Griffith's master game was cock-blocked by deputies responding to the 911 call.

Police arrested Griffith and charged him with two counts of lewd and lascivious indecent exposure (two child victims). He was taken to the Hernando County Detention Center. His bond was set at $30,000.

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