The mystery of a public pooper has been solved after police arrested a U.S. school boss.
A high school superintendent in New Jersey was caught in the act this week as he pooped on another high school's football field.
In desperation, they called on police to launch an investigation.
According to police, the pooping occurred at nearby Holmdel High School, where students and staff complained of finding human poop near the track and football field on a daily basis.
Police hunting a suspect who relieved himself on school grounds "on a daily basis" in the U.S. state of New Jersey have arrested a top education official.
Police said that Tramaglini was running at the time fo his arrest.
Charged with lewdness and littering, Tramaglini is due in court next week to answer to the charges.
The district said in the message that per state law, unpaid leave is taken in the face of indictments or tenure charges.
Tramaglini will get paid leave following this scandal.
Surveillance was set up to find the poopetrator (can you blame me?), and it was discovered that the guilty party was none other than Thomas Tramaglini, a Monmouth County resident-and the Kenilworth Public Schools SUPERINTENDENT.
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