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Old 03-23-2011, 11:29 AM   #1
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Dez Bryant Kicked Out Of NorthPark For ‘Pants On The Ground’


Dallas Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant found himself at the wrong end of the law for not properly covering his hind end Saturday.

Bryant and three of his friends were ejected from the NorthPark shopping center Saturday after a dispute between Bryant and two off-duty officers over the men sagging their pants below their hips, exposing their underwear.

A Tuesday police statement says officers working off-duty Saturday as security at NorthPark encountered Bryant and three companions wearing the drooping pants.

When the officers asked the four to pull up their trousers, Bryant launched into a profanity-laced tirade. According to the statement, when confronted, Bryant told officers. “What the ****, you stopped me like I stole something.” That prompted the officers to escort the four from the mall.

Police say Bryant refused to leave, however, until his “representative” could arrive and he parked in a fire lane until a friend arrived and persuaded him to go.

No charge was filed, but a Miscellaneous Incident Report was filed.

Bryant’s agent, Eugene Parker, declined to comment. The Dallas Cowboys did not respond to requests for comment.

The city of Dallas is no stranger to controversy surrounding sagging pants. Mayor Dwaine Caraway, serving as mayor pro-tem at the time, tried to pass an ordinance against it in 2007. Ultimately the city decided not to pursue the ordinance, citing constitutional issues.

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Old 03-23-2011, 11:52 AM   #2
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Dude is 22 yrs old, been to college, been in the NFL a year, and he's still running around with his pants hanging half off his ass like a 16 yr old.
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Dontcha know, he's above it all....except for his pants.

I don't want to see the ****, pull em up.
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I agree with what they said in that video, he seems like he has this sense of entitlement, that could spell even more trouble in the future for the Cowboys
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While I think the low-hanging pants is a really stupid look, I think it's a little silly for rent-a-cops at a mall to be trying to police it. It's not like it's obscene.

Low-hanging pants looked stupid; and then emos took it up a notch by wearing low-hanging skinny jeans. That's got to be the most ridiculous thing I've ever seen on someone. It looks as if they crapped their pants, and they're trying to keep it from running down their legs.
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I don't get why people who sag think that it is socially acceptable to wear their pants like that. And it's not just teenagers. Adults do it too.

Sagging has changed a bit from back in the day. Saggers used to wear long shirts, covering their underwear. It was more about the look of the baggy pants when they sagged. But now these guys are wearing shorter shirts, exposing their underwear. A lot of them are walking around with their entire ass hanging out. I was at the DMV not too long ago. This guy had a shirt that stopped at his waist line, and he had his pants sagging below his ass. So everybody waiting their turn were stuck with his underwear in their sight. Like dude, WTF? I'm here to pay my registration, not see a male peep show.
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While I think the low-hanging pants is a really stupid look, I think it's a little silly for rent-a-cops at a mall to be trying to police it. It's not like it's obscene.

Low-hanging pants looked stupid; and then emos took it up a notch by wearing low-hanging skinny jeans. That's got to be the most ridiculous thing I've ever seen on someone. It looks as if they crapped their pants, and they're trying to keep it from running down their legs.
I agree. It's a stupid look that has gotten stupider, but it seems silly to police it like it's a crime or something.
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I agree. It's a stupid look that has gotten stupider, but it seems silly to police it like it's a crime or something.
Moorpark mall is probably the nicest one in Dallas. I can understand them trying to protect that image. They spent alot of time and effort getting the exclusive client base that can actually afford to shop there. The last thing they need is some thug life posse walking in inadvertently mooning their patrons.
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Moorpark mall is probably the nicest one in Dallas. I can understand them trying to protect that image. They spent alot of time and effort getting the exclusive client base that can actually afford to shop there. The last thing they need is some thug life posse walking in inadvertently mooning their patrons.
I understand that, and philosophically I agree. Their mall, their rules. I also know I would be pretty pissed if I was a rich dude that got kicked out because they don't like my clothes.
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I understand that, and philosophically I agree. Their mall, their rules. I also know I would be pretty pissed if I was a rich dude that got kicked out because they don't like my clothes.
Society in general doesn't like his cloths.
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Moorpark mall is probably the nicest one in Dallas. I can understand them trying to protect that image. They spent alot of time and effort getting the exclusive client base that can actually afford to shop there. The last thing they need is some thug life posse walking in inadvertently mooning their patrons.
I have no problem with an establishment having some type of reasonable dress code. Here in LA, for night life I rather go places that enforces a dress code. There are places that won't allow you in with t shirts, and a few places that won't let you in with jeans on. I like that, they're trying to bring in a certain crowd. I rather hang with those folks than dudes rolling in with football jerseys on and baseball caps. I never understood one thing. Women will get all dressed up, but guys will be dressed like they're going to a ball game. Weird.
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I have no problem with an establishment having some type of reasonable dress code. Here in LA, for night life I rather go places that enforces a dress code. There are places that won't allow you in with t shirts, and a few places that won't let you in with jeans on. I like that, they're trying to bring in a certain crowd. I rather hang with those folks than dudes rolling in with football jerseys on and baseball caps. I never understood one thing. Women will get all dressed up, but guys will be dressed like they're going to a ball game. Weird.
I wouldn't even say a ball game, but rather working on their car in Saturday afternoon. It ****ing ridicules. It far cry from the 40s/50s when guys used to wear coat and ties to sporting events.
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While I think the low-hanging pants is a really stupid look, I think it's a little silly for rent-a-cops at a mall to be trying to police it. It's not like it's obscene.

Low-hanging pants looked stupid; and then emos took it up a notch by wearing low-hanging skinny jeans. That's got to be the most ridiculous thing I've ever seen on someone. It looks as if they crapped their pants, and they're trying to keep it from running down their legs.
Deliberately showing your underwear at a mall is, yes, obscene.

There is no society in the entire world that considers deliberately showing your underpants in public acceptable behavior.
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Deliberately showing your underwear at a mall is, yes, obscene.

There is no society in the entire world that considers deliberately showing your underpants in public acceptable behavior.
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^^^^ seriously, the showing of the thong is quite acceptable these days. Is that any different?
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^^^^ seriously, the showing of the thong is quite acceptable these days. Is that any different?
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Deliberately showing your underwear at a mall is, yes, obscene.

There is no society in the entire world that considers deliberately showing your underpants in public acceptable behavior.
Are you sure? I don't think so. Is it ill-advised? Yes. But the underwear most of these clowns wear are boxers. Boxers really don't look a whole lot different than shorts.

I'm talking about something that is legally considered obscene. The original article had this: "The city of Dallas is no stranger to controversy surrounding sagging pants. Mayor Dwaine Caraway, serving as mayor pro-tem at the time, tried to pass an ordinance against it in 2007. Ultimately the city decided not to pursue the ordinance, citing constitutional issues."

Technically, a person wearing cargo shorts would be showing more than these idiots with their saggy pants. I just think it looks ridiculous. But where do you draw the line with regulating taste? What about piercings? Tattoos? Hair styles?
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I saw this the other day, I thought to myself she's obscene and needs a spanking....

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It far cry from the 40s/50s when guys used to wear coat and ties to sporting events.
I couldn't imagine doing that at a baseball game, sitting out in the sun in the middle of the summer. Hell, I work in a freaking major law firm and haven't worn a coat or tie to work in ages.....no way I'm doing it for a ball game.
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I couldn't imagine doing that at a baseball game, sitting out in the sun in the middle of the summer. Hell, I work in a freaking major law firm and haven't worn a coat or tie to work in ages.....no way I'm doing it for a ball game.
There was a time when men wore suits and women wore dresses to get on an airplane....
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There was a time when men wore suits and women wore dresses to get on an airplane....
Well, I could see doing that before wearing one to a baseball game. That one still has me bothered...
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I couldn't imagine doing that at a baseball game, sitting out in the sun in the middle of the summer. Hell, I work in a freaking major law firm and haven't worn a coat or tie to work in ages.....no way I'm doing it for a ball game.
How many "ages" ago did you shoot this? You're wearing a coat and tie here, right?

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Well, in my defense, the tie was a clip-on and I wasn't wearing any pants.
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Well, in my defense, the tie was a clip-on and I wasn't wearing any pants.
All I own are clip-ons. They totally save me from having to tie ties. It's the same thing with dickies. Why should I have a closet full of turtlenecks when I can just have a few dickies?
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