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Sex At The Villages

JUNE 17--The 68-year-old Florida woman charged with having sex in a town square at her retirement community has pleaded not guilty to indecent exposure and disorderly conduct charges and made a request for a jury trial.

Circuit Court records show that Margaret Ann Klemm (pictured at right) has waived her scheduled July 2 arraignment on misdemeanor counts stemming from her June 2 arrest at The Villages, a large 55-and-older community in central Florida.

According to a police report, Klemm and David Bobilya, 49, were having sex “on the stage in the middle of ‘the square’” around 10:30 PM. Responding to a 911 call about “two people having sexual intercourse in public,” cops found Klemm and Bobilya, who both appeared intoxicated, inside a gazebo.

Officers noted that Klemm’s pants “were completely removed and her shirt was pulled down exposing both her vagina and her breasts.” Bobilya, who does not live at The Villages, was in a similar state of undress.

Klemm and Bobilya got dressed after being confronted by a Sumter County Sheriff’s Office deputy. They were each arrested and briefly booked into the county jail. Bobilya, seen below, is still scheduled for a July 2 arraignment.

In the wake of Klemm’s arrest, news stories have portrayed The Villages as a Viagra-fueled hotbed of senior sex and swinging. The 55,000-resident community, which bills itself as “Florida’s Friendliest Retirement Hometown,” features three old-fashioned town squares offering a variety of shopping, dining, and theater choices.

According to cops, Klemm and Bobilya began trysting after the conclusion of free nightly entertainment at the square in Lake Sumter Landing. According to The Villages’s entertainment schedule, residents and guests this week will be able to enjoy performances in the LSL square from the Garrett Miles Band, Mpire, the Jim Rast Trio, and the Connie Morinelli Trio. (2 pages)