Baggy pants made illegal in Louisiana town

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TERREBONNE PARISH, LA (PIX11) — If you’re a fan of saggy pants,  avoid the town of Terrebonne Parish, LA as the trend there is now illegal.

The Terrebonne Parish council recently voted to outlaw saggy pants, vowing to fine anyone caught with their pants drooping below their waist.

First time offenders will reportedly be fined $50, while a second offense will cost them $100.

Despite advocates’ claim saying that wearing saggy pants was freedom of expression and banning it would be unconstitutional, the council voted eight to one in favor of the ordinance.

We can only assume that baggy pants prince Justin Bieber won’t be making any tour stops in Terrebone Parish anytime soon.

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