Droopy Draaahz, Saggy Laws

April 24, 2008 at 2:05 pm 4 comments


Can you really get jail time for wearing a jail wardrobe?

Yes, you can – if you live in Riviera Beach, Florida, where Mayor Thomas Masters recently led a successful campaign there to ban the hip-hop style of wearing saggy jeans without a belt.

While exposing your Joe Boxers for all to see might be a dumb idea, it’s no worse than the notion to turn a fashion crime into a real crime. Besides, it’s not too bright to take on a little document called the U.S. Constitution just to punish teenagers with questionable taste.

It’s only a matter of time before the ACLU bankrupts financially-strapped Riviera Beach with a civil-rights infringement suit, and you know the abdicating parents who voted for this goofy law won’t be chipping in for the award money.

Drropy Drawers law passed in Riviera Beach Florida

Besides, who needs a stinking saggy-pants law to go after saggy-pants wearers?

In December 2007, the Village of Wellington deployed no less than 30 patrol cars, a SWAT team, a police helicopter and a canine unit to arrest a baggy-trousers repeat-offender and his family members in the parking lot of the Wellington Mall — and it didn’t even have a saggy-pants law on its books.

Had Dirty Harry been a metrosexual, that would have made his day.

Bottom line: Substituting policemen for parents makes for bad laws. So here’s a tip to the so-called adults in Riviera Beach: Belt your kids so the police won’t have to.

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4 Comments

  • 1. Volpeculus  |  April 27, 2008 at 4:34 am

    Good gracious… why can’t the State just leave kids alone?!

    Wearing saggy shorts just makes you look asinine, not criminal! XD

  • 2. lifeisacookie  |  April 28, 2008 at 4:17 pm

    Well, they tabled the legisltaion in Louisiana but, you know, Florida likes to tackle the tough issues like that …

  • 3. Type Writer  |  April 28, 2008 at 5:56 pm

    >Well, they tabled the legisltaion in Louisiana but, you know, Florida likes to tackle the tough issues like that …

    Not to mention questioning evolution and mandating ultrasounds for women seeking abortions; we have the legislative visionaries in our state…

  • 4. lifeisacookie  |  April 28, 2008 at 6:04 pm

    You know it!!


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