A man has found himself with a trespass warning from Walt Disney World after using a stolen employee iPad to give unauthorized tours and skip lines at the Orlando theme park in June. The iPad has been recovered by the police, according to the Orange County Sheriff’s Office.

At around 4 p.m. on June 4, an officer visited Disney's Hollywood Studios park to investigate an “incident of a trespasser and unauthorized use of a Disney device,” Insider reports. The officer later learned that a Disney investigator had noticed "unauthorized overrides on reservations in the Walt Disney World application for employees' use only" over the course of a few days.

The report states that the man guided a group through the park for an unofficial tour before taking them to the front of the line for an unnamed ride. The Disney investigator told the staff to cancel the man’s reservation to see if he would attempt to skip the line again.

The officer later followed the man to his car and asked him if he had a Disney device with him and the man said he did. The person in question told the officer that his boss gave him the device and he didn’t know it was stolen. The Disney investigator told the officer that he had encounters with the man before.

The man was issued a trespassing warning by Disney. He has not been charged with any crime. 

The incident comes as Disney has unveiled a paid extension to his free “Genie” app that helps attendees skip lines. The app, which will see guests access the "Lightning Lane" for $15 at Disney World and $20 at Disneyland, is set to make its debut this fall in both U.S. Disney theme parks. The company says the device is designed to “maximize your park time, so you can have more fun.” 

"From specific attractions, foodie experiences and entertainment, to general interests like Disney princesses, villains, Pixar, Star Wars, thrill rides and more — just tell Disney Genie what you want to do and it will do the planning for you," Disney said in an August blog post.

"You tell Genie what you are interested in specifically — whether that be an attraction, a food, a character — and Genie's going to come back to you and tell you how to make the most of your day," Disney Parks Chairman Josh D'Amaro told CNN of the offering.