August 22, 2013 |

New rule at a New Jersey pizzeria: “Saggy pants prohibited”

By Pizza Today


saggy pants signGiulio’s Pizza in Dunellen, New Jersey has instituted a new policy, “saggy pants prohibited,”spelled out on a bright neon green sign on its front door. Patrons will not be served if they are wearing saggy pants with their underwear showing, a Giulio’s employee told NJ.com.  To read the full story, CLICK HERE.

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