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Penns Grove in Salem County, New Jersey became the second South Jersey town that will fine it’s residents who sag their pants on public property. Penns Grove mayor John Washington said he’s tied of seeing behinds and underpants and it can be offensive to people. Any child over the age of 12 can be fined $25 to $100 with up to 40 hours of community service. Fines could jump up to $1,000 for multiple offenses.

Wildwood, NJ was the first South Jersey town to ban sagging pants as well as shorts, swimsuits, or skirts that hang 3 inches below the waist.

Our only question to these laws are will children be thrown in jail if they don’t pay the fines?

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