Commissioner of Louisiana town wants to keep people from wearing pajamas in public

    It might have been cute when you were 3 and too tired to put regular clothes on when your mom dragged you to the store.

    But the commissioner of Caddo Parish, La., is sick of seeing people wear pajamas in public. And the last straw for Michael Williams came when a Walmart customer’s pajama pants couldn’t conceal the man’s private parts.

    So Williams wants to create an ordinance banning people from donning sleepwear in public. Shreveport already has a no-saggy-pants ordinance.

    This might be happening in Louisiana, but you know you’ve seen people in your neighborhood wearing pajama pants outside. Feed the Feed: Should governments create and enforce clothing legislation?

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    Kudos to Behavioral Health reporter Maiken Scott for finding the original report on this.

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