Don't show your underwear in Virginia
The Virginia House of Delegates has tentatively approved a bill to crack down on people who wear low-riding pants. Delegates approved a measure that would allow police to assess a 50-dollar fine on anyone who exposes their underpants in a -- quote -- "lewd or indecent manner." Norfolk Delegate Algie Howell introduced the bill at the urging of constituents who are offended by the exposed underwear. He says he's received a lot of feedback about the issue -- mostly positive.
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