Alleged New Jersey 'pooper' will scoop up $100,000 from school district

At one New Jersey school district, bowel movements are anything but potty humor.

Kenilworth school superintendent Thomas Tramaglini, who stands accused of pooping near the Holmdel High School athletic field in Holmdel Twp., N.J., will collect more than $100,000 until his September resignation, according to

Tramaglini, 42, who was appointed superintendent in 2015, denies the claim despite purported video evidence showing him “doody-bound.”

From his suspension in early May to Sept. 30, the district will fork over $109,868 to Tramaglini in salary, unused vacation time and severance pay.

Employees routinely discovered feces near or on the Holmdel High School track and football field on a daily basis.

He was busted when school officials installed surveillance cameras to catch the kooky crapper in the act.

School district officials are baffled as to the motive behind the dirty deeds.