Public Intoxication Or Just Monkeying Around? University Lab Tech Arrested After Being Found Partying With Lab Monkeys

Coley Mitchell, 32, has been arrested after he was found drunk with his pants down in a campus locker room with two lab monkeys at the Georgia Health Sciences University. The charge of public intoxication is interesting since he was presumably working at the lab.

It appears that the law applies to such areas and even applies to private dwellings that are not your own. Here is the Georgia provision:

(a) A person who shall be and appear in an intoxicated condition in any public place or within the curtilage of any private residence not his own other than by invitation of the owner or lawful occupant, which condition is made manifest by boisterousness, by indecent condition or act, or by vulgar, profane, loud, or unbecoming language, is guilty of a misdemeanor.

Police say that they found Mitchell with his pants down and two monkeys running around out of their cages in a locker room in the Sanders Research and Education Building.

Source: Orlando

21 thoughts on “Public Intoxication Or Just Monkeying Around? University Lab Tech Arrested After Being Found Partying With Lab Monkeys”

  1. Mr Mitchell obviously doesn’t know the old adage.
    A wise monkey
    never monkeys
    with another monkeys

  2. Did they arrest the monkey’s and charge them with lewd and lascivious conduct….. Entrapment….. This is Georgia after all…… Go Dwags…..

  3. How about doing lab experiments on the school Dean’s children? If the experiments are not onerous then do them on the Dean’s kids. Or the Dean.

  4. Get serious here blog readers. This is animal abuse in the lab. The jerk off aspect is a side show.

  5. The horseplay described in the article might be a hell of a lot less onerous than the lab experiments being exacted on those four legged creatures who look damn near human. This so called school needs to be examined and the monkeys taken off premise right away. If they want to experiment then let them do it on willing humanoids. It is difficult to believe that some half baked school in Georgia is going to have some science breakthrew based on their abuse of monkeys. This needs to be scrutinized and not made into some joke about some jock gettin his rocks off.

  6. No one has breached the question of what purpose these monkeys were in the so called lab for to begin with. Bumf school in Georgia torturing monkeys for some fau science lapse ass benefit.

  7. I dont think that “pork em if ya gottem” applies in this situtation.

  8. Monkey House meets One Flew Over the Cukoo’s Nest and this guy was the orderly.

    I would consider this a public place as it being a section of a publicly owned building.

    But a criminal charge? Someone publishing this in the campus newspaper would be far worse punishment.

  9. leej, I live in Wisconsin where cows and sheep get mounted daily by randy farm boys. Maybe this guy was just “spanking his monkey.”

  10. The public intoxication charge seems kinda bogus. I wouldn’t think a university locker room is considered a “public place” or a “private residence.” And, if a private residence, would not a student of the university generally have permission to be in a locker room of the university (although I suppose that might depend on which locker room we’re talking about)?

  11. Hey, Hey we’re the monkey’s….. We’re just spunking around….. The lab rat…. Has all the qualifications to be a NO antigay minister…..

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