A city in Louisiana is set to ban saggy pants.
An ordinance has been passed in The Terrebonne Parish Council and is expected to be signed by the Parish President.
The Terrebonne Parish Council passed an ordinance that prohibits people from wearing pants that hang below the waist in public, exposing underwear or skin, WGNO.com reported.
Violators of the ordinance would face a $50 fine on the first offense, even community service for repeatedly letting their pants hang low.
We understand that saggy pants are bothersome, unsightly, and offensive to some. But is it really appropriate to criminalize the way young people dress?
Is a ban on saggy pants necessary?
Or is it just another way to criminalize black youth?
Sound off below!