When will people learn that when they are meet a minor in an online chatroom it might very well be an undercover detective? On the heels of the Monday arrest of a Goldman Sachs compliance lawyer who thought he was chatting with a 15-year-old girl (really a Westchester DA's office investigator), now the Queens DA's office has announced a number of charges—including attempted use of a child in a sexual performance, second-degree attempted rape and second-degree attempted criminal sexual act—against a financial analyst Joseph Sulker. According to the DA's office, a male NYPD Vice detective had posed as a 14-year-old girl while chatting with Sulker, 26, between January and July 28 of this year: "The defendant’s messages allegedly were sexual in nature and expressed a desire to meet for a sexual encounter, and included offers by the defendant to pay the undercover persona to perform oral sex on him and to have sexual intercourse and oral sex with both a male and female while he watched." The Daily News says Sulker, currently a temporary worker at a financial firm, was arrested when he arrived at a Wendy's to meet the "girl" on Tuesday. He was released on $15,000 bail and faces up to seven years in prison if convicted.