The superintendent for a Cleveland-area school district has been suspended after pulling down the pants of the school board vice president at a high school football game.

Maple Heights superintendent Charles Keenan depantsed board vice president Michael White right before a high school football game was about to start, and has been suspended two weeks without pay.

And the incident was even caught on surveillance video!

Keenan says he “tugged” White’s pants (which is weird enough), and it wasn’t his intention to pull the pants down.

Via Fox 8-Cleveland:

He tells us he tugged on that board member’s pants and the pants dropped. He says that was not his intention at all,  and he feels horrible about the situation.

Of course Keenan said that, and after you see the video, you can tell that his explanation is bullshit.

Own up to your depantsing, Keenan!

[Fox-8 Cleveland]

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