A law against saggy pants in Warner Robins is a getting second look.
Section 13-2, labeled "prohibition of certain personal behavior", has been been on the books for more than two years, but has never been enforced.
A city councilman wants the law rewritten to make it easier to enforce. Others we talked with want it erased from the city code.
Council Member John Williams says he's not judging people by what they wear, but wants people in public places to show respect.
Williams said, "Maybe their t-shirt is too short, the pants are too low, actually seeing exposed skin, which is really indecent."
Antonio Hogue likes his look, wearing his pants far below his waistline.
To people who criticize his clothing, he says, "I understand you don't want to see my drawers. Don't look at me. Don't look. Keep going."