Dublin, GA ordinance (passed on Sept. 2, 2010)

(ordinance makes it unlawful to wear "baggy pants" (origin in prison culture) in public; ordinance states, "the city finds that the exposure of a person's buttocks, genital area or undergarment is offensive and indecent"; city noted instances of baggy pants being used to facilitate theft crimes and that the wearing of baggy pants is injurious to health of wearer by causing improper gait; ordinance makes wearing of such pants akin to public display of masturbation, nudity and defecation; violators to be issued citation and penalized $25 upon first offense and not more than $200 for each subsequent offense as well as possible court-ordered community service).

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