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