This question https://workplace.stackexchange.com/questions/38765/is-there-a-standard-or-professional-way-to-call-off-because-youre-too-drunk-to is a worrying one, however, there's still a case for it to be permissable on this site.
What I find concerning, however, is it's accepted answer, which tells the OP to lie to his boss and advises of psychological 'ways around' the impending bad credit that the OP will inevitably get.
I feel that this answer in-particular is against the sentiments of this site, which advocates professionalism. The answer itself is not professional, and exists on very shaky moral grounds. I find it very difficult to understand a reason for this answer still existing on the site, other than the fact that the OP finds it useful (for reasons that it supports his attitudes to work).
If users are to use the advice given in the accepted answer, then it may cause the user to be discredited, or even disciplinary action could be taken against the user.
Can we close/delete the answer?
Alternatively, perhaps we can open a dicussion on it. Am I alone in my views?