From this story, we learn two things:
1. Clothing stores in Oklahoma don’t have back to school sales.
2. The liquor stores, on the other hand…
A newly-hired teacher was found intoxicated and not wearing any pants inside an Oklahoma high school classroom on her first day of work, according to Wagoner police.
Police arrested Lorie Hill after two Wagoner High School teachers found her intoxicated and without pants in an empty classroom she was claiming to be her own, KOKI-TV reports. Recently hired by Wagoner Public Schools, Hill was reporting for her first day on the job as all teachers were also returning for their first day back in school from summer break.
“They didn’t know who she was, she was apparently new and was supposed to start yesterday,” Wagoner Police Chief Bob Haley told KOKI.
Hill admitted to police that she had been drinking before work that morning, and a search of her vehicle turned up an empty cup they say smelled of vodka.
She was arrested for public intoxication and later released. It’s unclear at this point whether or not she still has a job, as the school district declined to comment.