A South Florida city recently overturned its 13-year ban on saggy pants that reveal a person’s underwear.
“The Opa-locka City Commission voted Wednesday in a 4-1 vote to repeal both the original 2007 legislation and a 2013 ordinance that said women, not just men, could receive civil citations for wearing pants that exposed their undergarments,” the Associated Press (AP) reported.
However, Wednesday’s vote was a first reading of the repeal which means it will need approval a second time at a later commission meeting before it becomes official.
“Around the city, which is northeast of Miami, signs still warn folks of the ordinance. They showing [sic] an image of two young men wearing pants below their waists and featuring the words: ‘No ifs, ands or butts … It’s the city law!’” the AP report said.