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Pauly D Supports New Jersey's Ban On Saggy Pants! Find Out Why He's Anti-Sag HERE!

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The Game might not be into it, but Pauly D is pro-saggy-pants-ban!

The Jersey Shore star certainly has a style all his own what with his chains and bedazzled shirts, but one thing you won't catch him wearing is pants that show off his derriere.

And he doesn't want anyone else sporting those either!

Pauly D admitted he's all for New Jersey's new ban on pants that sag too low. He said:

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Pilot Arrests Man For Refusing To Pull Up His Pants

We couldn't make this up if we tried, folks.

A 20-year-old US Airways passenger was arrested at the San Francisco International Airport this week and it's all because of his pants!

Deshon Marman was boarding a flight to attend his best friend's funeral when he was asked to pull up his pants. After he refused, the pilot made a citizen's arrest and ordered all passengers to evacuate the plane.

Wow.

The airline said in a statement the captain was merely exercising his right to place Marman under citizen's arrest for refusing to deplane, but they did admit they don't have a dress code beyond "appropriate, that doesn't offend passengers".

Once removed, Deshon was charged with "trespassing, battery and resisting arrest" and not long after his arrest, the San Francisco Police Department also issued a statement about what allegedly went down:

"The aircraft Captain was notified of the incident and requested the SFPD be called. Two officers were dispatched and responded to the scene. Upon arrival the officers interviewed the witnesses. The Captain stated that he was not going to fly with Marman on the flight because he was displaying his underwear in an inappropriate manner and asked for him to be removed. Officers advised the Captain of the elements of trespassing which required a citizen arrest be made. Prior to the citizen arrest being made, numerous requests were made to Marman to cooperate and that he would then be allowed to continue on the flight. The Captain went with officers to ask once more for Marman to pull up his pants and when he refused, the Captain told him to leave the aircraft and that he could not fly on this flight. When the Marman refused again, the Captain placed him under citizen arrest. SFPD then told Marman to get up and walk off the aircraft. He refused numerous commands over a 10 minute period. Finally Marman walked off the aircraft onto the jet way where he resisted arrest and a struggle ensued during the handcuffing procedure. One officer was injured in the scuffle with non life threatening injuries."

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Saggy Pants Banned From Buses In Texas

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Texas is throwing their Stetson hat into the anti-saggy pants ring.

Last month, the Transportation Authority of Ft. Worth revised their dress code policy in an effort to "Stop the Sag". The new code now bans passengers from wearing saggy pants and if they're too low bus drivers can turn them away.

But before someone down in Texas gets their knickers in a knot a rep for the public transportation system explains: "It's not like they have to go home. They can just pull it up. It's to be respectful of other riders."

Sounds reasonable.

To promote the new code, posters have been placed inside buses reading "Grandma says 'Pull 'em up' or find another ride."

Ha!

[Image via AP Images.]

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Florida's Close To Passing An Anti-Saggy Pants Law

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And the baggy pant backlash continues!

The state of Florida is thisclose to passing a law that would keep students from looking like a fool with their pants on the ground.

Under the proposed bill, which already passed in the Senate, both male and female students will be required to keep their pants up and underwear covered.

If they don't, punishment ranges from "a verbal warning to a three day in-school suspension and a 30 day suspension from extracurricular activities like football or theatre".

As you may remember, the UK tried to pass a similar law, but a judge ultimately decided such a ban could violate human rights.

Who wants to bet someone in Florida will try to fight this law for the same reason???

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Mephis School Fights Saggy Pants With The "Urkel Initiative"

Westside Middle School in Memphis, Tennessee is a no sag zone.

To make sure it stays that way, the school's principal created the Urkel Initiative, a plan inspired by snorting uber-geek of the 90s, Steve Urkel

Ha!

See what it's all about in the clip (above)!

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Keep Your Pants Up With Subs

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A Harlem man believes he has THE invention that will keep pants from sagging: Subs.

Andrew Lewis came up with the idea after watching a man with saggy pants walk up the stairs from the subway.

The 43 year old explains:

"Sagging is a huge issue in my community. I spent a lot of time observing and I noticed that even for saggers, there is a point which even they're not comfortable with how their jeans were falling."

The uncomfortable looking part belt, part garter retails for $30.

Or there's always that traditional thing called a belt, too.

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UK Declares Ban On Saggy Pants Violates Human Rights

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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."

Ridiculous indeed.

But we agree, it's still the right of the individual to dress how they'd like. Underwear showing or not.

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