A fine just wasn't punishment enough, of course jail time had to be tested for this "offense"!
'Sagging Pants' Law Ruled Unconstitutional - Orlando News Story - WKMG Orlando
RIVIERA BEACH, Fla. -- A judge in Riviera Beach has ruled a city law banning sagging pants is unconstitutional in the case of a 17-year-old who spent a night in jail for having his underwear exposed.
Circuit Judge Paul Moyle said that the law is unconstitutional "based on the limited facts" of the case.
Authorities charged Julius Hart last week when an officer spotted him riding his bicycle with 4 to 5 inches of boxer shorts sticking out of his pants.
In Riviera Beach, a first offense for sagging pants carries a $150 fine or a requirement of community service. Habitual offenders face the possibility of jail time.
Hart's lawyer, Carol Bickerstaff, said she wants the city to drop the law.