CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) - Getting World Series tickets isn't easy, so, if you've got 'em, you better use them no matter what. This was the case for Ohio University student Charles Turner, who had to miss class to go to World Series Game 1 with his dad.
Turner's professor Damian Nance called him out on the skip, writing an email asking why he had signed in but wasn't present at the end of the session.
"I'll be completely honest I came and swiped and gave a kid next to my homework because my dad got us tickets for the World Series in Cleveland," Turner responded. He also sent a picture of him and his brother at the game.
"That looks like an impeccable excuse," his teacher responded. "No repercussions. Go Tribe!"
Best. Teacher. Ever.
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