I have to admit, I've wanted to see something like this passed for years. I'm talking about the alleged "fashion trend" that developed sometime in the mid '90's where people wear pants low, really low, in fact they only come about halfway up the person's backside and the rest of that picture is covered by a baggy pair of boxer shorts. I'm glad to see that Florida is working to outlaw this mode of dress in schools at least
As a result, people end up walking funny and looking like they haven't got the brains to get dressed without help. I am not a hamster, the top of a pair of pants is called a waist for a reason. Thats because your waist is where the top of the pants are supposed to be worn. That's why it's not called a "butt".
It's bad enough that people dress this way in public at all. There is zero reason to allow it in school. Again, it's called a "dress code", not a "half dressed code".
Florida could join several southern U.S. towns and cities that have passed "saggy pants" laws aimed at outlawing what some teenagers consider a fashion statement -- wearing pants half way down their buttocks, exposing flesh or underwear.