"Are baggy pants a fashion choice or crime? Cities have passed laws before, and they have been ignored, but now in Flint Michigan, it’s serious. The head of police, Chief Dick, ordered the arrest of people known as “saggers.” They can be arrested on site, serve up to a YEAR in jail and pay a huge fine for what Chief Dick calls “immoral self expression.” (I am NOT making this up! He also said just having baggy pants could be probable cause for cops to search saggers." "There is a nation wide crackdown on baggy pants in the U.S. The Man says parents are under-aware of the origins of the droopy drawers. Seems the fad started in prison where you can’t have belts. So the bangers let them droop if they wanted some lovin’. Florida, the mecca of being half naked half the year is the latest to consider such a law." Yes, you read that right! When men were in prison, of course getting some lovin' from women was out of the question. So for the guys that accepted this, and became open for some hot man on man action, they would let their pants "Sag" to let other inmates know "Hey! I'm open for business." It seems that after prison, they decided they preferred this lifestyle, so as a code for former inmates out in public, they would continue to sag their pants to attract other guys that maybe wanting... "The Florida Senate wants public school students to pull up their pants. Lawmakers passed a bill Thursday that could mean suspensions for students with droopy britches. It won't become law unless the House of Representatives passes a companion measure. Florida could join several southern U.S. towns and cities that have passed "saggy pants" laws aimed at outlawing what some teenagers consider a fashion statement -- wearing pants half way down their buttocks, exposing flesh or underwear." -Reuters
KICK IN PANTS FROM OBAMA! Asked by MTV about laws aimed at fashion victims who think its cool to wear their pants round their knees, showing their knickers and often a lot more, Obama said they were "a waste of time." But he added a reprimand to African-Americans who have led this fashion. "Having said that, brothers should pull up their pants," he declared. "You are walking by your mother, your grandmother, your underwear is showing. What's wrong with that? Come on. Some people might not want to see your underwear. I'm one of them."