Jack Rappaport, an assistant professor of management at La Salle University in Philadelphia, allegedly hired three strippers to perform at a student event.

Students paid $150 to attend the symposium, for which they received school credit. Willing students received lap dances from the strippers, as did Rappaport.

The fun stopped when La Salle's School of Business Dean Paul Brazina walked in on the proceedings.

La Salle has launched a "full-scale investigation" into the matter, but at this point, all that is known about the motivation behind the unusual teaching technique is that it had something to do with "the application of Platonic and Hegelian ethics to business."

Right.

[Philly.com]