New Orleans Parish bans saggy pants
I guess they’ve solved all the really important issues in Jefferson Davis Parish:
The Jefferson Davis Parish Police Jury has unanimously passed an ordinance making it illegal for any person to appear in a public place wearing pants below the waist and exposing the skin or undergarments.
Police Juror Steve Eastman initially asked the panel to consider banning saggy pants at the parish courthouse in January in response to courthouse employees’ complaints about having to see people’s underwear and body parts.
Juror Bryon Buller took the suggestion a step further and asked the panel to consider making it illegal for anyone to show their undergarments in public to limit indecent and lewd behavior.
Of course, there is the mindset of, if you take care of the small issues, you won’t have to worry about the big issues.
However, they have a possible serial killer on the loose there.
Maybe I’m wrong, but they have bigger fish to fry than being the fashion police.
What do you think?
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