A New Jersey man pooped in his pants, according to cops, in order to avoid being arrested this past weekend.

Officers had been responding to a call for a disorderly man at just before 4:30 a.m. Sunday when they came across 27-year-old Kyle Chambliss.

He was talking loudly on his cell phone while sitting in a car.

The officers say they smelled alcohol coming from him, so asked him to step out of the car.

After getting tired of hearing the man babble into his phone, the officers told him to end his phone call and talk to them. That’s when he allegedly became aggressive towards them.

When he was told he was being arrested, Mr. Chambliss said he had to fill his pants with butt pudding and proceeded to do just that.

When they tried to cuff him, he slammed his arm into one of the officers’ chests and kicked another one in the leg. Then the pepper spray came out, and that did the trick.

After later complaining of difficulty breathing, he was taken to Trinitas Hospital, where he was treated and released back to the cops.

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

He now resides in the Union County Jail in lieu of $65,000 bail.

He’s due in court on July 22nd.