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  • Saggy pants fashion police are officially off duty

    Collinsville, IL, Police are no longer required to write $100 tickets for pants sagging more than 3 inches below the waist. But then, they never enforced the law during the six years it was on the books. City leaders repealed the ordinance to end the listings on "dumb law" websites.

Collinsville, IL, Police are no longer required to write $100 tickets for pants sagging more than 3 inches below the waist. But then, they never enforced the law during the six years it was on the books. City leaders repealed the ordinance to end the listings on "dumb law" websites. Brad Weisenstein bweisenstein@bnd.com
Collinsville, IL, Police are no longer required to write $100 tickets for pants sagging more than 3 inches below the waist. But then, they never enforced the law during the six years it was on the books. City leaders repealed the ordinance to end the listings on "dumb law" websites. Brad Weisenstein bweisenstein@bnd.com

Saggy pants ban was nothing butt a public embarrassment

September 15, 2017 7:00 PM