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An assistant coach on the Bronx Science girls track team was forced to resign after students complained that he snapped poolside pictures of them during a training camp, The Post has learned.

Retired teacher Charles Goldberg, 70, also came under scrutiny by the special commissioner of investigation for giving unsolicited massages to team members.

During a training camp last year, Goldberg spotted some of the female athletes limbering up poolside, according to an SCI report.

"Goldberg approached the female students, who were performing stretching exercises in the swimming pool, and took photos using his cellphone," the report states.

He stepped down after the allegations came to light.

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