There have been many schools that cracked down on sagging pants worn by their students, now one school is looking for ways to crack down on sagging pants worn by the parents.
A Florida high school is considering a dress code for the parents of the students at their school who conflict with the dress code assigned to students.
Officials at Boyd Anderson High School in Lauderdale Lakes, Florida say parents are coming to pick their kids wearing sagging pants and, in some cases, pajama pants.
The school claims it is hard to enforce dress codes on students when parents wear contradicting clothing.
Knowing that they can't possibly force a dress code on parents, the school is looking for some way to work around this conflict.
In recent years, like saggy pants, wearing pajamas has become a trend and, in 2012, a Louisiana commissioner, Michael Williams, sought out to ban wearing pajamas in public and argued that the moral fiber was dwindling in the community.