Grant man sentenced after exposing himself at Sebastian Walmart

Michael George Sibons of Grant, Florida.
Michael George Sibons of Grant, Florida.

The 65-year-old man who exposed his sexual organs to a teenager at the Walmart in Sebastian has been sentenced.

Indian River County Judge Nicole Menz sentenced Michael George Sibons, of Grant, to 46 days in jail for Battery and Exposure of Sexual Organs, according to court records.

On August 17, 2019, Sibons exposed himself to a juvenile at the Sebastian Walmart while in the men’s bathroom.

The victim said Sibons peaked under his stall. Then, the boy observed Sibons masturbating. The victim said Sibons continued to peek at him through the opening between the side of the stall and the door, the affidavit said.

The victim then opened the stall door, at which time he observed Sibons with his penis in his hand. Sibons then grabbed the victim’s arm, at which time the victim struck him in the face with his fist. The victim then closed and locked the stall door, and Sibons immediately exited the restroom.

Sibons confessed to looking at the juvenile in the stall, masturbating in the bathroom, and touching the juvenile’s arm.

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