A lab tech at Georgia Health Sciences University may have engaged in too much monkey business.
Officials jailed Coley Mitchell, 32, on August 13 after he was discovered intoxicated with his pants down in a campus locker room.
In the same room: two lab monkeys who had been let out of their cages, the Augusta Chronicle reported.
Mitchell smelled of alcohol, according to police reports, and became belligerent and combative when asked to leave the room.
Mitchell was booked on charges of public drunkenness, but was released on Aug. 17, and has since been terminated by the university, a spokeswoman told The Huffington Post.
"GHSU does not condone behavior that conflicts with the research, education and clinical missions of the university and employees are expected to conduct themselves, at all times, with integrity and respect," Jennifer Hilliard Scott, senior media relations coordinator, in a statement to WJBF-TV made before the termination.
Meanwhile, the monkeys that were found running loose have examined by a veterinarian and found to be unharmed, WRDW-TV reported.
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