Well, this is something that you just don't expect to see while in a college class. A chemistry professor at Idaho State University was in the middle of teaching a class when a pistol he was carrying in his pocket discharged unexpectedly, KIFI-TV reported.

The bullet found a resting spot in his foot. So, he literally shot himself in the foot.

Shockingly, the professor was then able to walk out of the class under his own power. He was taken Tuesday to Portneuf Medical Center in Pocatello, Idaho.

It became legal effective July 1 for gun owners to carry firearms on college campuses in Idaho as long as the owner has an enhanced concealed carry permit.

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