Oklahoma teacher allegedly shows up to school drunk and without pants

Lorie Hill was booked on a public intoxication complaint.
By Evan Bleier Follow @itishowitis Contact the Author   |   Aug. 6, 2014 at 1:26 PM

WAGONER, Okla., Aug. 6 (UPI) -- It's normal to be nervous prior to the first day of school or before starting a new job, but it's important to remember to keep your composure -- and your pants.

Also, staying sober would probably be a good start.

A newly hired public school teacher who seemingly wasn't able to accomplish any of those things was booked on a public intoxication complaint after she allegedly showed up to school drunk and without any pants.

Lorie Hill was allegedly found in an empty classroom at Wagoner High School on Monday "disoriented" and without pants. The first day of class at the school is Thursday.

Two other teachers found the 49-year-old and called police.

"She was found in a room kind of disoriented," Police Chief Bob Haley told Tulsa World. "By the time we got there she was in a room and wearing shorts."

The suspect admitted she had been drinking and an empty cup was found in her car, FOX23 reported.

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