LOWER MANHATTAN — Occupy Wall Street is in deep doo-doo.
A group of the anti-greed activists took their protest to the gutter earlier this month — caught on camera pouring buckets of human waste into a Downtown bank and public plaza, police announced Wednesday in a cheeky email entitled "OWS Human Feces Arrest - It Happens."
Some of the protesters — who clashed with police March 17 resulting in dozens of arrests — allegedly hauled large containers of human urine and feces to One Chase Manhattan Plaza just before 8 p.m. March 14 and allegedly dumped the waste down a set of stairs at Nassau and Cedar streets.
About 20 minutes later, one of the demonstrators splattered a container of brown goo on the floor of a Chase ATM vestibule at 155 Water St., according to police and sickening surveillance footage.
Cops traced the license plate of the van that transported the waste and found that the vehicle allegedly belonged to Jordan Brooks Amos, 25, of Philadelphia, Pa.
Court documents indicate that Amos, who was arrested on March 16, was the protester who allegedly dumped the waste at the Water Street bank branch.
Amos was charged with unlawful possession of noxious material, aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle and criminal possession of a weapon, for a stun gun found in the car, police said.
The worker who supervised the cleanup of the Chase ATM told investigators it smelled like raw sewage, officials with the Manhattan District Attorney's office said.
Amos is due in court Thursday, according to the Manhattan DA's office.
A spokesman for JPMorgan Chase did not immediately respond to a request for comment.