An employee of a virtual reality kiosk in Natick Mall was arrested on Saturday for allegedly touching a woman’s feet in a sexual way during the virtual reality experience, according to Natick Police.
The female victim said Semih Orge, 31, of Framingham, Massachusetts, began rubbing and stroking her feet in a way that reminded her of "someone with a foot fetish" after she put the virtual reality glasses on, according to the police report.
The victim claimed he then pulled her toes in a sexual manner like he was trying to “milk” them.
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When police arrived, Orge claimed that he patted the victim’s leg and skirt because he wanted to warn her that somebody else might be able to see up her skirt. He also claimed that the touching of the feet was part of the overall virtual reality experience.
Police arrested Orge and charged him with indecent assault and battery on a person older than 14. He posted $2,500 bail after his arrest and surrendered his passport to the court on Monday.
His lawyer, Cornelius Dailey, said his client hopes to leave the U.S. in two weeks to go to his native Turkey.
Orge is due back in court on June 18 for a pretrial conference.