Poll: Should Saggin' Be Banned by Ordinance?

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Collinsville councilwoman Liz Dalton has proposed a ban on sagging. Violators could pay a fine of up to $300, with possible community service.

Her reason: Several constituents asked her to (according to KMOV), including one family left totally aghast when some saggers sauntered by on Mother's Day. Of all days

But mayor John Miller opposes the ban.

His reason: It's a slippery slope. Where would it stop? Piercings? Cleavage? "It's a civil liberties thing," he says.

Would you ever support a saggin' ban? Vote after the jump...



Of course, there is an alternative...and that alternative is called "Bagg'ns."
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jinx
jinx

I say ticket anyone who's not wearing a jacket and tie.

KITTY
KITTY

To all you women with saggy tits take notice. Remember Sagging pants, sagging tits, sagging asses aren't welcome in Collinsville. But it's still ok for a 350 pound slob to waddle down the street in skin tight pants sporting a big wedgie. Suddenly, saggers don't look so bad afterall.

Thugkicker
Thugkicker

I agree it is a complete violation of civil rights to impose any ordinance based on subjective standards...despite the complete disgust I feel towards saggers.  Also, I definitely want the ability to identify these scumbags by their droopy drawers.  Saggin' makes it a lot easier to identify who to avoid...or shoot if necessary.  Keep them pants low thugs!!

ColinSTL
ColinSTL

Yeah, but you can't shoot anyone when you spend all of your time acting tough behind a computer screen instead of--uh--WORKING  for a living? 

Chad Garrison
Chad Garrison

First Pine Lawn and now Collinsville? When does that slippery slope reach Wildwood?

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