ANAHEIM, Calif., Feb. 3 (UPI) -- A woman has been distributing souvenir photos she believes show the man who groped her breast during the Tower of Terror ride at Disneyland in California.
The woman, who has given her name to the news media as Christina Esquivel, said she felt someone pawing her during a lights-out period on the ride, the Los Angeles Times reported.
Esquivel said she used her own camera to grab a screen shot of a photo taken by Disney and intended to be sold to tourists as souvenirs. The picture shows a man in a baseball cap to Esquivel's left with his arm reaching in her direction.
The photo was taken just after the lights came back on.
It's not right," Esquivel told KTLA-TV. "I didn't do anything to deserve it, and he needs to pay for it."
Sgt. Rick Martinez of the Anaheim police said investigators got a copy of the picture from Disney and are also trying to identify the man.
Esquivel was at the park Friday with her daughter.
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