Keep Them Up! Louisiana Town Bans Sagging Pants

The ACLU claims the move is unconstitutional


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be newsA Louisiana town has proposed to prohibit people from ‘sagging’, or wearing pants below the waist and exposing their underwear, NY Daily News reports.

The Terrebonne Parish Town Council voted 8 -1 to pass the ordinance banning sagging pants, and the parish’s president is expected to sign it into law.

The ban would slap saggers with a series of fines: $50 for the first offense, $100 for the second and $100 and 16 hours of public service for each subsequent offense.

Read more at NY Daily News