NY State Senator Eric Adams (below) has launched a billboard campaign in Brooklyn against people "looking like a fool with their pants on the ground". But why didn't Sen. Adams get "General" Larry Platt (above) to be his spokesman?? From the Daily News:
State Sen. Eric Adams (above) announced Sunday the posting of six giant billboards in Brooklyn targeting the saggy trend. The billboards go up Monday. "This whole sagging pants culture seems to have swept the city and the country," said Adams, a Democrat. "Children will be children. But as adults, we need to be on record and tell them they're doing something wrong."
The 22-foot-tall billboards will be erected along heavily traveled streets, primarily in Crown Heights. Adams said he used $2,000 in campaign funds to pay for the billboards. Each billboard features two male models whose pants are hanging so low their underwear is showing. The message: "Stop the Sag!" and "We are better than this!"
Ok, I agree that boys look ridiculous showing off their underwear by belting their pants under their bootays (see above). But the "Coinslot Look" on muscular adults I don't mind at all...