USA: Lawmaker Attempts To Ban Low-Riding Jeans
The bill, filed by state representative Derrick Shepherd, would punish anyone caught exposing boxer shorts or G-strings over their belt lines with a fine of up to $500 or as much as six months in jail - or both.
However, an American Civil Liberties Union spokesman said the bill went too far.
"I can think of a lot of workers, plumbers, who are working and expose their buttocks," the spokesman said.
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