QUESTION: Should Cities Ban SAGGY Pants?

Written by Doug Giles on April 19, 2016


Do you think that cities should ban people from wearing their pants below their butts? Or do you think this would be ‘racist’ and none of their business?

There are already others who have done the same. Check this out…

A community in Alabama is on the verge of banning saggy pants — and one lawmaker said it’s because God doesn’t like the look.

“I prayed about this,” Dadeville City Council member Frank Goodman said at last week’s council meeting, according to the Alexander City Outlook. “I know that God would not go around with pants down.”

Goodman told The Daily Beast that seeing saggy pants was “something I couldn’t take no more.”

So he asked God for some guidance on the issue.

“He would show me this saggy pant — it’s one of the things He did not do,” he told the website. “It is not in His orders to do that to gain eternal life.”

Read more: Huffington Post

Women have also been subject to these bans:

OPA-LOCKA, Fl — A controversial 2007 city ordinance that drew praise from conservative host Dr. Laura Schlessinger and criticism from the ACLU may now be expanded to women.

Opa-Locka banned saggy pants and exposed underwear in city buildings six years ago and in 2010, expanded the ban to include any public place.

Signs dot the small 4.2-square-mile city warning that low-slung pants violate the city’s law.

Those with their boxers exposed now face a $250 fine or up to 10 hours of community service.

While the ordinance does not explicitly target males only, an Opa-Locka city commissioner is making sure women are held to the same standard.

Read more: Huffington Post

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