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Louisiana bans saggy jeans

by | 16th, April 2013

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PEOPLE, for some reason, get the hump about the way other people wear clothes. Be it too much cleavage, a hijab, a comedy slogan or the tightness of trousers, people who don’t have to wear any of these items go batshit mental because they believe that everyone should dress ‘appropriately’, subscribing to a vague set of imagined rules by people who have absolutely no right.

And so, we look to America where some idiots have decided to fine people if their trousers are deemed to be ‘too low’. You’ve seen it before young people wear their jeans so they ride low, leaving a bit of underwear on show. People get incredibly irritated by this fashion trend, when of course, they shouldn’t be gawping at people’s arses anyway, the mucky buggers.

In the US state of Louisiana, the Terrebonne Parish has made it illegal to wear baggy trousers and those caught with their trousers down (slightly) will be forced pay penalties.

Anyone caught for the first time will have to pay a $50 fine. A second offence will set you back $100. A third occasion will see pant-wearers coughing up

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