A high school chemistry teacher was found passed out drunk with a blood alcohol reading four times the legal limit for drivers - half way through teaching an advanced chemistry class.
Carol Wittschieben, 42, was found unconscious in a Pennsylvania school laboratory while her 16 and 17-year-old students took a test in the classroom next door, according to Philly.com.
The teacher at Conestoga High School, which is ranked as the third best school in the state, later admitted she had been drinking alcohol from a water bottle hidden in her purse.
She has since been charged with endangering the welfare of children, disorderly conduct, and public drunkenness following the incident on December 10.
Wittschieben was discovered by another teacher who decided to look in on the 11th and 12th grade chemistry class after noticing the chemistry teacher had 'looked ill' earlier in the day, according to the report.
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