A Florida school teacher has lost her job after cops allege she was driving under the influence with her young son in the car, assaulted a state trooper and also offered an officer a smooch.
Saryna Parker, who was a science teacher in her probationary period at South Dade Middle School, was pulled over by Florida Highway Patrol on Sunday evening after a motorist told troopers he'd been hit by the 43-year-old's Cadillac.
In a police report, a trooper said Parker "slurred her speech" and had "a strong odor of an unknown alcoholic beverage emitting from her breath" after she was stopped.
After she allegedly claimed she wasn't the driver, cops say Parker tried to leave to use the bathroom, police said. At that point, police handcuffed her before conducting a sobriety test.
While explaining what to do for the test, the trooper said in the report that Parker "touched me on my back and advised: I feel like kissing you."
After allegedly refusing a breathalyzer, Parker was arrested. While in the cruiser, the trooper wrote that she "violently kicked me in the groin with her right leg then continued to kick my right rear passenger side door."
Parker faces multiple charges including DUI and child abuse because police say her 10-year-old son was in the car.
Miami-Dade Public Schools have since confirmed Parker was in a probationary period and "will be terminated."
Parker was released on $5,000 bond. Online records do not indicate if she has an attorney.