Man banned from FL beaches for seeking a ‘sugarbaby’

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FLORIDA — On Saturday, a man was banned from all Volusia County beaches after he was caught giving out business cards that read, “Sugardaddy seeking his sugarbaby,” according to reports.

Richard G. Basaraba, 73, of Daytona Beach was questioned by policemen after a mother of a 16-year-old girl informed officers that her daughter had received one of the cards.

The card has a picture of a young woman sitting on the lap of a man dressed in a business suit. The man’s right hand is placed high up on the woman’s thigh.

Allegedly, Basaraba distributed the cards to the girl and her friends, who are 18. The girl told him she was underage, but Basaraba disregarded her comment and continued to talk to her.

According to the report, he pulled out a bra padding from a bathing suit top and said he was looking for someone to fill it. Basaraba told the girl she would be a perfect match and to contact him when she turned 18.

Basaraba was ordered to stay away from Volusia beaches for at least six months for violating an ordinance prohibiting solicitation on the beach.

Basaraba was not arrested.

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