Substitute teacher accused of being high while in the classroom says “Roll Tide” to reporters (Video)

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A Pittsburgh-area substitute teacher accused of being high when he passed out in his classroom had two words for reporters after he left court Thursday.

"Roll Tide."

It's just everywhere isn't it? (You may notice too that he also had an Alabama-colored shirt on.)

Police said Chris Chiappetta was passed out on heroin while in the classroom and admitted to using the drug. On Thursday, Chiappetta waived his right to a preliminary hearing in court and was ordered to attend rehab. He uttered the phrase as he was in handcuffs and entering a police van to go back to jail, where he'll be before he goes to rehab.

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(H/T Deadspin)

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