A Bronx, New York, judge has ruled that saggy pants are legal. Judge Ruben Franco has thrown out a summons issued against a Bronx man for wearing saggy pants, finding that "the Constitution still leaves some opportunity for people to be foolish if they so desire." Yes, you have the right to remain silent, to an attorney and to be tacky if you wish. Clearly, taste cannot be regulated. Cases like this should be handled by the fashion police, not the NYPD.
Read more at The New York Post.
—Nsenga K. Burton