Look, there’s no way to say this delicately: someone has been pooping at a New Jersey high school track, and that someone has turned out to be the local school superintendent.
Coaches and staff at Holmdel High School had reported seeing human feces at the track on a daily basis. Local police set up a sting operation — yes, a poop dragnet, run with this however you want — and shortly thereafter caught a most unlikely suspect.
Thomas Tramaglini, 42, the Kenilworth school superintendent, lives about three miles away from the high school, according to police. He was running on the track at 5:50 a.m. on Monday morning, and then was apparently caught in the act by local police. Charged with lewdness and littering, Tramaglini is due in court next week to answer to the charges. In the meantime, he’s on paid leave.
Is this sports? Hey, who knows? What, you’d rather read another Trump story or NFL protest article?