Couldn’t decide between that and “The Right to Bare Ass.” Anyway, apparently it takes a judge with 20 years of bench experience to tell politicians that they can’t make it illegal to dress a certain way. What do we pay these people for again?
“While most of us may consider it distasteful, and indeed foolish, to wear one’s pants so low as to expose the underwear . . . people can dress as they please, wear anything, so long as they do not offend public order and decency,” the judge wrote.
Martinez was given a summons for disorderly conduct on April 20 of last year.
The judge’s decision said the “trend of wearing pants well below the waistline is believed to have its roots in this country’s prison system where inmates are issued uniforms which are often too big and the wearing of belts is prohibited due to safety concerns.”
While there have been efforts to outlaw the look around the country, Franco wrote, “New York has no such legislation.”
– NY Post
Aw, hell naw! Picked up on 4/20 for saggin’? Talk about a buzzkill. You know what else is a buzzkill? Spending tax dollars to pay idiot police officers to go around power-tripping and politicians to pretend that they do a damn thing, raising “issues” that are clearly unconstitutional and should not even be given the time of day.
Besides, don’t they realize that it’s a lot easier to spot idiots if they’re in uniform? Some evidence: