Louisiana Lawmaker Wants Ordinance Banning Pajama Pants in Public

Louisiana Lawmaker Wants Ordinance Banning Pajama Pants in Public

January 17, 2012 Updated Jan 17, 2012 at 4:19 PM EST

According to the Shreveport (La.) Times, a local lawmaker in Louisiana is pushing for an ordinance that would prohibit pajama pants being worn in public.

The lawmaker -- a District Commissioner in Caddo Parish -- said an incident at a local Walmart led to his stance, according to the Shreveport Times. The lawmaker told the Times a group of young men were wearing pajama pants at the store and that one of the young men's "private parts were showing through the fabric."

Read the Shreveport Times story HERE.




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