A man who was arrested for allegedly planting a hidden camera to videotape boys showering at a New Jersey Catholic high school faces some serious charges, but as you can see from his mug shot, he's got nothing to worry about: There isn't a jury in the land that could look at that innocent face and dashing hair and believe that Patrick Lott is a guy who planted a camera in the showers to watch boys showering on his home computer. Just look at that salt-and-pepper goatee! Surely Lott was just sifting through locker room surveillance footage in an attempt to catch an elusive towel thief.

It's unclear how investigators got tipped off to Lott's hidden camera, but in mid-December they obtained a warrant to search his home, and prosecutors say they found "several" videos of nude teenagers showering. Nine of the teenagers identified in the videos are currently under the age of sixteen. Detectives subsequently found the area in the communal shower at Immaculata High School where the camera had been surreptitiously installed. The Somerville County DA says Lott was a volunteer there.

Lott was finally arrested on December 23rd and ordered held at $500,000 bail, and the terms of the bail prohibit him from having contact with any child under the age of sixteen, or anyone at Immaculata High School for that matter. NJ.com reports that in addition to volunteering at the school, Lott was also a high-ranking Bernardsville Middle School educator and ran for a Somerset County freeholder seat roughly 20 years ago, as a Republican.