Doc, 66, brought condoms, wine, sex toys and Viagra to undercover child sex sting, deputies say

Psst, cyber perverts, get a clue: No mom in the real world wants you to have sex with their 14-year-old daughter.

But men seem to continually fall for this undercover online sex sting, actually believing moms would allow their 14-year-old daughters to have sex with a stranger they have connected with online.

And it just happened again in Florida.

This time 23 men were nabbed in Volusia County, traveling as far as 120-miles believing they would have sex with a 14-year-old girl, according to a news release from the Volusia County Sheriff's Office.

The latest roundup included three students from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University.

Most of the men brought condoms,which shows intent, according to the release.

No way? in Paul D. Way, a 36-year-old Army reservist from Melbourne,  even brought a teddy bear, along with a couple of hydrocodone pills a handwritten, signed contract with blanks for both mom and daughter to sign giving him permission to perform sex acts on the phantom 14-year-old girl, the release stated.

John F. Williams, 66, a semi-retired doc from Port Orange, reportedly brought a whole box of condoms, a couple of bottles of vino, some sex toys...and Viagra.

Here are some men that fell for the 'family fun' sex sting in the past.


It looks like this Naples firefighter's career just went up in flames:


cop busted:


This civilian fire captain at a North Carolina Air Force base traveled all the way to

Lake County

for his "hookup."

Osceola County


Photos: Paul D. Way (l); John F. Williams