Revolting: Police say a Staten Island man traveled to Pennsylvania for what he believed would be a sexual rendezvous with a woman and her 14-month-old daughter. Instead, Anthony Taylor, 48, was arrested yesterday in a pedophilia sting operation because the "mother" he'd been chatting with was actually an undercover detective working with federal, state and local law enforcement. The officer encountered Taylor, who allegedly used the handle "Tony The Staten Island Man," three months ago in a chat room called, ugh, "Start Them Early."

Over the course of their three month exchange, Taylor allegedly used graphic and profane language to describe his desire to sleep with the woman and her "baby daughter." Delaware County DA told reporters yesterday, "It’s disturbing. It’s sexually graphic and it indicates a clear intention to have that kind of intimate contact with a baby, a 14-month-old female baby." Taylor allegedly asked the officer online, "how far you want me to go with her," referring to the child. According to court papers, he also wrote, "I hope this is a long term thing... We can lay around in bed all day playing and having fun . . . all three of us. And just what will you two girls do for me?" To top it off, he discussed impregnating a fictional 12-year-old girl in the detective's apartment building.

The NYPD’s Internet Crimes Against Children Taskforce assisted in the sting. He was intercepted yesterday on his way to the supposed tryst in a Dunkin’ Donuts parking lot, along the turnpike from New York to Media, Pa. Taylor was arraigned on multiple sex-related charges and is being held on $750,000 bail.