Wearing your pants below your butt might make you look like a fool, but you have the right to look that way.
At least according to a British judge.
A judge in the UK has ruled that putting a ban on saggy pants could violate human rights.
The ruling comes after a case in which the UK courts tried to give some douchey 18-year-old "thug" an "antisocial behavior order" and ban him from "wearing trousers so low beneath the waistline that members of the public are able to see his underwear" along with any tops "with the hood up," as it may be intimidating to others.
Though not everyone agrees, such as those from the Campaign Against Political Correctness, which stated that the judge's decision meant "human rights of the criminal are put above the human rights of innocent people."
However, Big Brother Watch group supported the teen, adding:
"The proper punishment for the comically low-riding trousers favored by some people is that we all think they look ridiculous."
But we agree, it's still the right of the individual to dress how they'd like. Underwear showing or not.
On Friday, the entrepreneurial sisters launched their new Kendall + Kylie"DropOne" collection online, which includes "paperbag sweatpants," a "long sleeve corset t-shirt," and one very questionable item featured in the picture above!