Other than kicking yet another old actor to the curb like he was bit by a radioactive Menudo member, there wasn't much reason for The Amazing Spider-Man to exist. Amazingly, a deleted scene would've made things even worse, as this was almost the first Spider-Man film to feature blatant, unapologetic child molestation.
In the finished film, the villainous Lizard invades Peter Parker's high school through the bathroom, and he and Parker proceed to have an education-destroying fight that wrecks the school. But originally, Lizard was going to specifically make his entrance through the girls' bathroom. For some bizarre reason, two girls are in the same stall, yakking away about teenage gossip, because these movies are written by antisocial men.
"Want to throw pepperoni at pizza guys after school?"
The Lizard emerges, and the two girls are understandably frozen in terror.
In a superhero universe, it's a fair assumption any of your bowel movements could gain sentience at any time.
However, instead of leaving to go find Parker, which is why he came here in the first place, the Lizard gets in the girls' faces and licks one of them.
"Remember that scene in Alien 3? I want that, but molesty."
Now, it is important to note that at this point in the movie, the Lizard hasn't done anything like this. He doesn't terrorize random people; he has specific targets in mind when he goes out lizarding. And he doesn't lick anyone else later in the movie, either -- just this one disturbingly young teenage girl. Evidently, lizard serum turns you into a giant reptile and a child predator.
For obvious reasons, the scene was cut. We can only assume that everyone involved is now on some kind of watch list.
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