The New Jersey Shore resort town of Wildwood passed legislation yesterday (June 12th) that bans wearing overly saggy pants on the boardwalk, with violations punishable by a $25 fine. Further violations could lead to fines as high as $200 and 40 hours of community service. Bathing suits are already banned on the town's boardwalk unless covered up by other clothing. The town moved to pass the law after getting a lot of complaints from longtime visitors about people wearing pants so baggy that their underwear-clad backsides hang out. There have been other places, including in the suburbs of New Orleans, Chicago, Atlanta, Detroit, Miami and Jacksonville, Florida, that have passed similar legislation against droopy pants. Mayor Ernest Troiano Jr. said of the new law, "This is just adding a little bit of decency to our town." Civil libertarians say the law is unconstitutional and contend it will be overturned if it's challenged in court.