A man wearing a Mickey Mouse costume was arrested in Times Square this past week after he allegedly harassed a child and his father for money for a photo they never took.

Police say that Esteban Lexosoric, 32, was standing on Broadway near 47th Street around 2:15 p.m. Thursday when he approached a 6-year-old boy and "demanded a picture." According to the News, the child wasn't interested in a photo and walked to his father nearby. A source tells them that Lexosoric grabbed the child, then demanded a tip anyway. He was allegedly screaming, "Five dollars for photos!"

A cop observed the exchange and arrested Lexosoric; he has been charged with aggressive solicitation. This is, of course, not the first Mickey to be arrested in Times Square, as this 2010 video attests:

This arrest comes a week after that Mayor de Blasio's Times Square task force recommended that the neighborhood's pedestrian plazas be strictly regulated with "designated activity zones." "We are clearly going to move toward this segmentation of Times Square where certain activities are allowed in some areas, others in other areas," de Blasio said in a radio interview this week. It also comes the same week Police Commissioner Bratton announced that he's shutting down the nearby Revlon Kiss Cam, which has apparently become a favorite for gropers.