Ariz. teacher on leave for taking choir to HootersThe Associated Press
PHOENIX - An Arizona music teacher whose students performed at a presidential inauguration event is on administrative leave after taking 40 high school students to a Hooters restaurant.
Paradise Valley school district spokeswoman Judi Willis says choir director Mary Segall accompanied the students to a performance in downtown Phoenix last week, and during the outing, they ate lunch at Hooters.
Willis says Segall explained that the restaurant, known for its waitresses' somewhat revealing attire, was the only place that could accommodate a group of that size. But district officials believe there were other options for lunch in the area.
Segall could not be reached for comment.
The teacher plans on retiring in January, and Willis says she does not know if she'll return before then.
Information from: The Arizona Republic.
Sounds like someone is trying to put some morality or lack thereof way overboard.I have been to several Hooters, and quite frankly not impressed. Maybe it takes a lot less for to titalize young fellows......sound like a lot over nothing. Also sounds like a hungrey attorney should represent the teacher!