(Washington, DC) -- The principal of Holy Family Catholic School is letting loose on a school trip. A police report says Michael Comeau, the principal of the Catholic school near Baton Rouge, was arrested on public intoxication and alcohol possession charges at a strip club in Washington, D.C. on May 30th. Comeau was on a school trip with seventh and eighth graders, but the Diocese of Baton Rouge says all the students were in their hotel rooms with chaperones during the incident. The police report says Comeau refused to pay his bill at Archibald's Gentlemen's Club and sources say he also had a service dog with him. Comeau has since resigned from his position at the school.
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