There should be a law. It seems the corrupt Mayor of Wildwood, Ernie Troiano, is gonna clean up the Wildwood boardwalk by banning clothing choices. He’s the dude in the middle of this picture. I think they should ban brown suits purchased at Kmart and shoes that weren’t even considered stylish in the 1970′s because they are offensive to me.
If this guy thinks the most offensive thing on the Wildwood boardwalk is saggy pants, he must be blind, deaf and dumb. How about banning full body tattos? How about banning anyone over 275 pounds from purchasing a fried oreo? (this would reduce the Wildwood visitor counts by 40%). How about banning the thousands of Hoverrounds transporting obese SSDI FSA members from one snack stand to another? How about banning the 200 tattoo parlors that make up the majority of commerce on the boardwalk. How about banning Section 8 housing at the beach? Are you telling me that saggy pants will be banned, but this will not?
Idiot politicians always think they need another law to improve our lives. And based on the survey results, the sheeple agree. Are they really going to ticket everyone walking barefoot at a beach resort? Let’s outlaw everything we find offensive about everyone else in the world until we achieve perfection. I’m sure Ernie will add the saggy pants fine revenue into his annual budget after pissing away the millions of real estate taxes he got in the mid-2000′s.
And lastly, this new law will destroy my brilliant business plan – PeopleofWildwood.com. This new law will reduce the number of hysterically offensive pictures that I could post by 70%. I could have been a multi-millionaire. Damn you Ernie Troiano!!!
Wildwood, NJ weighs boardwalk ban on droopy pants
The Associated Press
Should saggy pants be banned on the Wildwood boardwalk?
|Yes – 2,481 – 82.6%|
|No – 469 – 15.6%|
|Undecided – 55 – 1.8%|
|Total votes = 3005|
He says the ordinance is designed to maintain the boardwalk’s family appeal. The shoe requirement, he says, is a safety issue.
The proposed regulations state:
Foot protection, which may include shoes, sneakers or flip-flops that adequately protect one’s feet from wood or nails protruding from the surface of the boardwalk, must be worn at all times.
A shirt which covers the breast and/or pectoral area must be worn after 8 p.m. and until 5 a.m.
The waist band of shorts, swim-trunks, pants and/or skirts shall not be worn more than 3 inches below the wearer’s waist , interpreted to mean at a level below the crest of the ilium, so as to expose either skin or garment underneath , at any time.
Information from: The Press of Atlantic City (N.J.), http://www.pressofatlanticcity.com