Thirteen child-sex predators have been arrested by Florida in a six-day undercover sting, Operation Cyber Guardian.

Police posed as children online from 2 to 7 October creating fake profiles on social media and dating sites.

Amongst those arrested was 39-year-old Georgios Kiragiannis of Orlando who works as a manager at Fed Ex.

According to Newsweek, on 6 October 2018, Kiragiannis allegedly posted an advertisement on a bulletin board site which indicated he was seeking out a younger female “friend with benefits”.

Over a series of emails, Kiragiannis said he would offer gifts in exchange for a girl he believed as 14 years old performing sex acts with him.

He sent four pornographic images depicting various acts and asked the young girl if she would perform the acts depicted in the photos with him and offered a new iPhone 8plus to her in exchange.

He then traveled to the undercover residence and was arrested without incident, however, during a search, detectives found a new unwrapped iPhone 8, various sex toys, condoms, lubricant and male enhancement pills. Kiragiannis is a manager at Fed Ex.

Booked into the Polk County Jail the Greek American charged with one count Transmit Material harmful Minor (F-3), one count Traveling to Meet a Minor for the Purpose of Sex (F-2), one count Attempted Lewd Battery (F-3) and one count Use 2-Way Communication Device to Commit Felony (F-3).

A cook at a hotel on the Walt Disney World Resort and a food runner at one of the restaurants on site as well as a man who is HIV-positive was caught attempting to meet a child for unprotected sex, claiming not to have any diseases, according to police.