(Miami Herald) Six years after banishing men's butts from public places, Opa-locka commissioners have decided to extend the rule to women.
City commissioners have tentatively approved an ordinance authorizing police to ticket women as well as men for wearing pants that expose any underwear or undergarments.
The original ordinance was passed in 2007, sponsored by Commissioner Timothy Holmes, banning sagging pants in city parks and buildings. While it did not explicitly focus on men, the ordinance was mainly focused on guys the commission felt were copying hip-hop culture. In 2010 the ordinance was amended to include any public place in the city.
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