A party that featured heavy drinking and skinny dipping has led to the resignation of two Georgia Department of Agriculture officials, the Associated Press reported Friday.
A report from the department said that around 30 to 40 Agriculture Department employees partied on Sept. 17 at a cabin during a government-funded training session, according to the AP. Here's how the report described the scene:
"There was heavy consumption of alcohol, music and dancing, and the environment became similar to that of a college fraternity party."
At some point, seven men and one woman went skinny dipping, according to the AP. Billy Skaggs, the department's chief operating officer, and Oscar Garrison, head of food safety, resigned, according to the report.
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