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Man accused of having sex with pool raft had also violated inflatable pumpkin

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

A Hamilton man has been arrested after being accused of engaging in sexual conduct with a pink blow up swimming pool raft.

Edwin Charles Tobergta, 32, is charged with one count of public indecency.

Tobergta was arrested at his home early Sunday morning. According to the arrest report, Tobergta stole the raft and was observed by a neighbor engaging in sexual conduct with it.

When the neighbor yelled at Tobergta, he stopped, pulled up his pants, and threw the raft over a fence.

According to court records, he has four other public indecency charges in Hamilton Municipal Court and another in Butler County.

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

Tobergta told police he was having sex with the raft because has a problem and needs help. He asked officers to not send him to prison, but he was taken to the Butler County Jail.

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