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Naked Couple Busted For Sex In Library Loo

Cops: Woman walked in on Wisconsin toilet tryst

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Library Sex Bust

MAY 1--A couple is facing criminal charges after they stripped off their clothes and had sex atop a toilet in a family restroom at a Wisconsin public library, an encounter that was interrupted when a woman walked in on the duo, according to court records.

As detailed in a Circuit Court criminal complaint, Daniel Goralski, 29, and Julie Dahms, 19, had sex in the Waukesha Public Library bathroom on March 2. Pictured at right, the couple--engaged to be married--mistakenly thought they had locked the bathroom door.

A patron told a library security guard that she walked into the bathroom around 5 PM and “observed two subjects having sex sitting on a toilet.” The pair was “naked from head to toe,” added the woman, who termed the behavior “unacceptable.”

When guard Bret Best subsequently sought to enter the bathroom, it was locked. Best told a Waukesha Police Department officer that he heard “clothing and zippers, and it sounded like people getting dressed.”

When the couple emerged from the bathroom, Dahms apologized, and Goralski said, “We are sorry, it won’t happen again.”

During a police interview, Dahms explained that she “was at the library with her boyfriend and they got excited because they hadn’t seen each other in a couple of days.”  The lovebirds--parents to a baby girl--live a few miles from the library in Waukesha, a city 20 miles west of Milwaukee.

While Dahms received a citation for the naked bathroom romp, Goralski was charged this week with misdemeanor disorderly conduct due to his status as a repeat offender. Goralski’s rap sheet includes convictions for bail jumping, violation of a domestic abuse injunction, and having sex with a child 16 or older. (2 pages)