Pawhuska Police arrested a substitute teacher Tuesday for exposing herself to students in the high school choir class, Police Chief Scott Laird said.

The teacher, according to a Pawhuska Police Department press release, performed a cartwheel during class and wasn’t wearing any undergarments. At least one student captured the incident on cellphone video.

“It was alleged that a substitute teacher had performed a cartwheel, with no under garments on, which caused her to expose herself to the students in this class,” according to the statement. “This act was captured by a student on their cell phone.”

Laird said his department was informed of the incident, and the teacher was taken into custody Tuesday afternoon.

The substitute teacher’s name has not been released by authorities, and no charges had been filed as of Wednesday morning. However, a name has been circulated on social media.

The Associated Press reports the substitute teacher has been released from custody. The EE has been unable to confirm her release.

Dr. Janet Neufeld, superintendent of Pawhuska schools, could not be reached for comment at presstime.