Tim Margis is the director of public safety for Concordia University in Chicago. Er, he was, that is, until a week ago, when he was arrested for ejaculating into the shoe of a female coworker in her campus office.

Via Sun-Times Media's River Forest newspaper, Forest Leaves:

According to police, the employee reported seeing Margis exit her office around 9:30 p.m. while buttoning up his pants and fastening his belt. When the woman confronted Margis about what he was doing in her office, he allegedly stated that he was checking the room because the door had been left open.

Police said that after Margis left, the employee discovered a "clear liquid" inside one of her shoes, which had been left in the office.

Detectives interviewed Margis on Feb. 12 at his home and he later admitted to entering the office and committing a lewd act there, police said.

Margis was booked and released on $150 bail, according to the Chicago Tribune. He faces misdemeanor charges of public indecency and disorderly conduct. A spokesman for the university says Margis "was suspended and banned immediately from campus," and fired Feb. 13 after officials had cooperated with the police case.

Television broadcasters in the Chicago area, like the one above, alluded to Margis' termination for "a lewd act," but did not specify over the airwaves what he'd done.