Roland Corning, a South Carolina deputy assistant attorney general who said he was on his lunch break when an officer found him in a cemetery with a stripper in his SUV, has been fired, his boss said Wednesday. A police officer found a Viagra pill and several sex toys in the SUV, items Corning said he always kept with him, "just in case," according to a police report. Such a trip to the cemetery "would not be appropriate, at any time, for an assistant attorney general," according to Attorney General Henry McMaster.
Deputy Assistant AG Fired After Being Caught in Cemetery With Stripper
The Associated Press
October 29, 2009