Blog: Tripping over your trousers

Joe Ayling | 5 May 2010

A teenager in the UK has been flying the flag for low-slung trouser wearers the world over.

His court victory, of sorts, prevents lawmakers from punishing kids with sinking trouser lines and visible boxer shorts.

While the ruling will be greeted with hysteria on the streets, it deals a major blow to the UK's belt industry...

In all seriousness though, street trends like these should be controlled by nothing more than common sense.

It is gratifying to see an increasingly nanny-like UK state back down when it comes to fashion.


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