Someone was leaving human feces on or near Holmdel High School's football field and track each and every day. Police say that someone turned out to be none other than Kenilworth Public Schools Superintendent Thomas Tramaglini, the Asbury Park Press reports. School employees started monitoring the area after coaches and staff reported the daily poop surprises, and around 5:50am Monday, Tramaglini was arrested at the scene; he had been running on the track before his arrest.
The 42-year-old, who lives about 3 miles from the New Jersey school and is also a part-time lecturer at Rutgers, has been charged with defecating in public as well as lewdness and littering, NJ.com reports. He is currently on a paid leave of absence from his $147,504-per-year job, which he took up in 2015. (These other mystery poopers pooped while jogging and in dorm washing machines.)