Police scooped a school pooper and he turned out to be a super.
A supintendent at a New Jersey school district was arrested this week for allegedly pooping repeatedly on the football field of a school in another district.
Thomas Tramaglini, superintendent of Kenilworth Public Schools, was arrested Monday and charged with lewdness, littering and defecating in public. He was placed on paid leave Thursday from his job, according to NJ.com. His salary $147,504 a year.
Officials at Holmdel High School, in the Holmdel Township School District, started monitoring the area around the football field after noticing someone had been defecating on its track on a regular basis.
The surveillance paid off when Tramaglini, who lives about three miles from the school, was caught on the track Monday around 5:50 a.m.
It's unclear why Tramaglini decided to relieve himself on the track day after day. He's due in Holmdel municipal court Monday to answer for the charges.
The Holmdel Police Department released information about the arrest on its Facebook page, kicking off a crapload of amused comments.
"Somebody is having a crappy day," one comment said.
[Photo: Holmdel Township Police Department]
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