A politician in NYC is joining in the fight against underwear-revealing saggy pants, made famous of course on "American Idol" by Larry Platt's "Pants on the Ground" song.

According to The Associated Press: "Organizers say Brooklyn residents awoke Thursday to the sight of two “Stop the Sag” billboards — and more were on the way. They depict two men in jeans set low enough to show their undershorts.

State Sen. Eric Adams bankrolled the signs with $2,000 in campaign cash. He says the style — adapted from prison garb — is unkempt and degrading."

All this is an excuse, of course, to roll out the clip of Larry's song again. I take no responsibility if it gets stuck in your head for the rest of the day . . .

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