A town in South Carolina has passed a measure that outlaws citizens from wearing excessively saggy pants.
The law was passed in Timmonsville, South Carolina, a small town of about 2,000 southwest of Florence.
The law, enacted immediately, makes it illegal for town members to wear sagging trousers or shorts that intentionally display a person’s underwear. The law also outlaws nudity and pornographic displays.
Offenders of the law are subject to a warning, and could face a fine between $100 and $600 for repeat offenses.
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