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New Jersey high school’s mystery pooper turns out to be school’s superintendent

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Thomas Tramaglini


Holmdel High School in New Jersey had a serious problem after human feces were constantly being found near the football field and track, so they set up surveillance to catch the crapper. What school employees and authorities never expected however, was that the serial pooper was their own superintendent.

42-year-old Thomas Tramaglini is the Kenilworth Public Schools superintendent and is has been arrested and charged after being caught in the filthy act.

According to NJ.com, the human feces were being found on a daily basis before surveillance was set up and Tramaglini was finally caught. Police arrested him at 5:30 a.m. on Monday after catching him in the track and field area.

He is currently on paid leave from a $147k per year job, according to NJ.com. His charges include lewdness and littering and is due in court on Monday morning.

Tramaglini also lectures at Rugters Graduate School of Education.

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