A disgruntled man has been caught on video surveillance leaving an unwanted gift outside a controversial Wollongong development site.
The Mercury has obtained surveillance footage of a man pooing on Keira Street out the front of Hutchinson Builders' construction office.
The building firm is the contractor carrying out the excavation work for the large PARQ on Flinders development at Keira and Campbell streets.
Nearby residents have complained about the noise, dust and safety conditions at the construction site in the past.
It's believed the real-life party pooper is kicking up a stink about the development.
Police are investigating the incident but could not confirm if it was related to the development.
The footage shows a man walking up Keira Street on March 15 at about 8.30pm.
The man, who is walking casually, stops out the front of the building.
He stops, faces the road, looks around for a few seconds, presumably for any witnesses, then walks up the small ramp outside the building.
The man backs up the ramp, pulls his pants down and squats. He then poos twice.
The resident stands back up, pulls up his pants, walks down the ramp and looks back to his deposit.
The man then continues to walk down the street, stops, pulls his pants down again and appears to wipe his backside with his hand.
The man then pulls up his pants and casually continues to walk along Keira Street towards the surveillance camera and out of shot.
The man is wearing a beanie, jumper and loose shorts.
The whole incident takes less than two minutes.
Wollongong District Police Acting Inspector Dave Parker confirmed an officer was investigating the incident.
"The officer has not had a chance to view the footage yet," he said. "A person has not been charged and that will only happen if someone can be identified from the footage.
"The officer will be making attempts in the next couple of shifts to get in touch with [Hutchinson Builders] to view the footage.
"The investigation is in relation to only the one incident, unless the [building company] comes up with more incidents."
A manager from Hutchinson Builders did not want to comment until police had finished their investigations.