Men arrested for sagging pants in South Carolina
Two men were arrested at a South Carolina Waffle House after they refused to comply with a security guard’s order to pull up their saggy pants.
Andrew Gehring, 22, and Donovan Johnson, 22, were charged with “causing a disturbance” after being asked to “pull up their pants and not show their boxers.”
While being questioned by cops, Gehring and Johnson were belligerent and used profanities, investigators noted. The men “both advised that they were out to have fun and implied they were Wofford students graduating” and “it wasn’t their concern that proper decorum was needed in the public domain.”
Located in Spartanburg, Wofford College yesterday celebrated its 160th commencement exercises.
According to Wofford’s website, Johnson has played football for the school for the last four years.
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