"No One Wants To See Your Underwear!"
That's the message coming from a local McDonald's restaurant in Houston, Texas.
A west Houston McDonald's restaurant became the second franchise in that city to impose a dress code that won't permit underwear-exposing saggy pants.
After the corporate headquarters of the fast food giant approved it, the franchise owner posted the sign telling diners with sagging pants to take their business elsewhere. The sign reads: "PULL YOUR PANTS UP or Don't come In!!! Try to have some decency and respect for others. No one wants to see your underwear. *Does Not Apply To Children Under 3 Years of Age."
The policy is in place, but enforcement is still an issue. While recording a story about the new restrictions, KPRC's cameras spotted at least one diner violating the rule.
Most people interviewed by local television station KPRC support the dress code. In the attached video, only one person seemed to side with the low pants crowd saying, "I guess having your pants too low is in bad taste, but it's a matter of choice. If you want to wear your pants that way, so be it."
This might be an emerging trend. Just three weeks ago, a Dallas-area McDonald's posted a sign with similar sentiment.
KPRC's Ryan Korsgard reports on the latest "pull up your pants" policy at McDonald's.
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(H/T: KTRH Radio in Houston)
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