No more "Pants On The Ground" for Louisiana

Submitted Tue, 04/16/2013 - 6:20pm by Tadpole

Pants on the ground? Better pull ’em up fast if you’re in Louisiana’s Terrebonne Parish, where a new law bans the low-slung, undies-exposing jeans. The ban targets the public wearing of pants—and, oddly, skirts—that hang “below the waist” and “expose the skin or undergarments.” Violators will be slapped with fines: $50 for the first offense, $100 for the second, and $100 plus 16 hours of public service for each subsequent offense. I really wish we had a law like this in FROGGYLAND.