Virginia students start pull-up-your-pants initiative
Rasheed Parker, senior class president at Kecoughtan High in Hampton, got a look at one of his classmates Tuesday afternoon and saw more than he wanted to, the Daily Press reports.
The student bent over to pick up a dropped item and his already sagging pants sagged even more, showing the world his boxers. That moved Parker to start an anti-sagging campaign.
"You can't sag your pants in the real world," Parker told the paper. "It just screams unprofessional. It looks like you don't have purpose."
The school has gotten into the act, too. The principal agreed to Parker's request to play the now famous "Pants on the Ground" song to help out.
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