Police: Bogalusa makes first "saggy pants" arrest
BOGALUSA - A Bogalusa man who allegedly caused a disturbance by dancing drunkenly in the street has also gained the distinction of apparently being the first person charged with a violation of the city's "saggy pants" ordinance.
Police responded to a complaint call late Sunday.
When they arrived, he says officers found a shirtless man dancing in the middle of the road with his pants sagging "to the point that his complete buttocks were in view."
25-year-old Joshua Davis was booked with public drunk, the saggy pants ordinance and resisting an officer. It was not immediately known if Davis had an attorney.
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