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Homestead Boards the Butt-Crack Ban Bandwagon

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It looks like some Homestead City Council members also saw that homeless guy we mentioned walking across the Causeway Monday morning. According to the Herald , they are joining the uproar of other saggy-pants protestors across the country and considering a similar butt crack ban in Homestead. Council member Lynda Bell said, “People have the right to do what they want to do, but when they walk around with their butt hanging out, they are infringing on me.” We’ll keep you updated with the butt crack proceedings. --Raina McLeod

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