NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — A Washington man who allegedly massaged a teenage boy’s back without his permission at a New Jersey airport and handed him a note with money inside is facing child endangerment charges.

Port Authority police say Sherwin Shayegan touched the 14-year-old at a luggage carousel in Newark Liberty International Airport around 3:10 p.m. Friday and gave him a note that stated, “This is money for letting me give you a massage. Thank you.”

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Authorities say the note also included “alarming content,” but didn’t provide further details.

Investigators tracked the 34-year-old Bothell man to a hotel near the airport. They say he had “disturbing notes” and money in envelopes with the names of various airports in the United States written on them.

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It wasn’t known Saturday if Shayegan has retained an attorney.

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