Atlanta Cracks Down

By: Ben Preiss - Published: Aug 28, 2007 • References: shreveporttimes & msnbc.msn
Delcambre and Opelousas, Louisiana have already outlawed it; Atlanta, Georgia and Shreveport, Louisiana are discussing the perils of plunging pants. Obviously a decent society has to draw the line somewhere and underwear is that line. It’s called underwear for a reason, goes the logic and nobody should have to look at it in public. Whether your pants are slipping down on boxers, whale tail or muffin top doesn’t matter, you might be breaking the law in a growing number of American cities. Stats for Exposed Underwear Ban Trending: Older & Average
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