Edwin Tobergta pleads guilty in sex act with pool raft...again - Tucson News Now

Man pleads guilty to having sex with pool raft...again

Edwin Tobergta (Source: Butler County Jail) Edwin Tobergta (Source: Butler County Jail)
HAMILTON, OH (FOX19) -

A Hamilton man who has several public indecency convictions pleaded guilty for having sex with a rubber pool float.

Edwin Charles Tobergta, 34, was indicted in July on one count of public indecency.

According to an arrest report, Tobergta was arrested on June 15 after stepping out his back door, naked, and having sexual relations with a rubber pool float. The incident occurred in front of several children during the daylight hours.

In August of 2011, he was arrested for a similar offense for having sex with a pink blow up swimming pool raft.

In another public indecency case in 2002, he was caught having sex with an inflatable pumpkin that was part of a Halloween display.

Tobergta will be sentenced on November 5.

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