Teens Refuse To Pull Up Saggy Pants, Deputy Teaches Them A Lesson
A school resource officer at Bolivar Central High School in Tennessee, Deputy Charles Woods, arrested four high school students for wearing saggy pants that violated the school dress code. Three of the students faced penalties due to Deputy Woods' actions and two seniors spent 48 hours in jail after refusing to pull up their pants despite repeated warnings. Some students and parents felt the punishment was excessive while others appreciated Deputy Woods' strong lesson in social conduct. The issue is a point of contention in many communities, with some banning saggy pants altogether. Ultimately, the incident raises questions about respect for authority and the consequences of violating rules.