LINDEN — One NJ man is in deep doo-doo with the law.

A 27-year-old man is facing multiple charges after he defecated his pants in order to keep police from arresting him, police say.

On Sunday morning, officers responded to a report of a disorderly man at 4:21 a.m. on the 800 block of N. Wood Avenue, police said.

When they arrived, police said, Plainfield man Kyle Chambliss was talking loudly on his cellphone while sitting in his car. The officers smelled alcohol coming from the car and asked Chambliss to step out of the car, police said.

Chambliss became aggressive toward the officers when they asked him to end his call, police say. Police then told Chambliss he was under arrest, at which time he told officers he had to defecate himself and proceeded to do so "to keep the officers at at bay," police said in an announcement of his arrest.

When the officers attempted to handcuff him, he allegedly struck one officer in the chest with his arm and kicked another officer in the leg. Police then pepper-sprayed Chambliss.

After Chambliss complained of difficulty breathing, he was taken to Trinitas Hospital for treatment by the Linden Fire Department ambulance, police said. He was later released to police.

He was charged with two counts of aggravated assault on a police officer, resisting arrest and disorderly conduct. He also had contempt warrants out of Somerset County Sheriff’s Department, Union County Sheriff’s Department and Bound Brook Municipal Court.

Chambliss was transported to the Union County Jail in lieu of $65,000 bail with a court date set for July 22.

One of the officers sought medical treatment for his injury.

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