Two men were arrested at a Waffle House in South Carolina because their pants were sagging and exposing their boxers.

Andrew Gehring and Donovan Johnson, both 22, were asked by a security guard to pull up their pants and not show their boxers, authorities told the New York Daily News. But allegedly, the two men became hostile, instead, standing up for their right to wear low-riding pants.

“Mr. Johnson and Mr. Gehring both advised that they were out to have fun and implied they were Wofford students graduating this date and it wasn’t their concern that proper decorum was needed in the public domain,” according to the police report cited by the Daily News.

The pair continued to be belligerent and used foul language as police officers tried to arrange rides home for them, according to the sheriff’s office. Deputies put Gehring and Johnson under arrest for disorderly conduct and taken to the Spartanburg County Jail for booking.

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  • Mary Burrell

    Running with sagging pants and trying to hold them while running across the street. It just makes no sense. It’s nasty to me. I see young girls doing this too.

  • Lakitha Goss

    This is an abuse of civil rights. These young men were not breaking any laws. What about freedom of expression. I hope that these men sue this restaurant as well as the police department.

  • Esined

    When someone pointed out to me what saggin read backward, I became even more annoyed when I see ANY man (and sadly, some women) walking around like that.