A man suspected of pooping at a New Jersey school's track has been arrested according to authorities. Not only was he the school superintendent, he is a former Hudson Valley resident.

NJ.com reports Aberdeen resident Thomas Tramaglini was at the track before 6 AM Monday when he was taken into custody. Coaches at the school, Holmdel High, reported to the school's resource officer that they had been finding human feces daily near the track and football field. As a result, school officials began surveillance of the area and Tramaglini ended up reportedly getting caught in the act.

He has been charged with defecating in public, lewdness, and littering. He's due in court this Monday. Tramaglini has taken a leave of absence from his $147,504 a year job. The 42-year-old attended John Jay High School in Hopewell Junction.

The question is, why? Why would a person making nearly $150,000 a year risk it all by pooping in public? We may never know.

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