MARK HUMPHREY/ASSOCIATED PRESS 
 A man wearing saggy pants dials a phone in Nashville in 2009. Tennessee tried to become the first state to prod teenagers to pull up their pants by fining them up to $250 and 160 hours of community service for wearing the saggy pants style.
MARK HUMPHREY/ASSOCIATED PRESS A man wearing saggy pants dials a phone in Nashville in 2009. Tennessee tried to become the first state to prod teenagers to pull up their pants by fining them up to $250 and 160 hours of community service for wearing the saggy pants style. Mark Humphrey ASSOCIATED PRESS
MARK HUMPHREY/ASSOCIATED PRESS A man wearing saggy pants dials a phone in Nashville in 2009. Tennessee tried to become the first state to prod teenagers to pull up their pants by fining them up to $250 and 160 hours of community service for wearing the saggy pants style. Mark Humphrey ASSOCIATED PRESS

Saggy pants shelved for now in Gautier

December 01, 2015 9:34 PM