After a year long investigation, former Stuyvesant High School music teacher Theophilus Burroughs has been arrested for selling weapons to people he thought were connected to Hamas and Hezbollah. He was busted by Bronx DA investigators at the Westchester Square warehouse, where he expected to get $100,000 for night-vision goggles, two bulletproof vests and 200,000 counterfeit cigarette stamps. He reportedly wet his pants during his arrest, so much so that the police van seats needed to be lined with plastic. Ha ha.

Burroughs taught at Stuyvesant in 2002 and 2003, and has been on unpaid medical leave from the Department of Education since last September. That's when he reportedly first began buying untaxed cigarettes from informants at the Westchester Square warehouse. But he soon began selling firearms, and frequently praised Hamas and Hezbollah to informants. For good measure, he also allegedly spoke about killing cops and Jews.

Burroughs reportedly spoke enthusiastically about terrorist plans, suggesting informants blow up the Jewish Community Center on West 76th Street, and boasted that he knew where to find fertilizer used to make bombs (like the kind Faisal Shahzad couldn't find). He faces a number of charges, such as weapons possession and forgery. The Department of Education is also taking steps to fire him, citing misconduct at the Cobble Hill School for American Studies.