Baggy Pants Lead to Confrontation Between Winder Neighbors over 'Flashing'
A Vinings Court resident reported his neighbor flashed him.
Loose, baggy pants appeared to be a problem recently when a Winder resident reported his teenage neighbor had bared his backside to him.
A Barrow County Sheriff's Office deputy was dispatched to a Vinings Court residence Feb. 10, 2012, in reference to a complaint. Upon arrival, the deputy met with a male resident, who said he was standing is his driveway when his teenage neighbor pulled down his pants and exposed his buttocks to him. When asked if there was anything going on to warrant that type of behavior from his neighbor, the complainant said no. Upon informing his neighbor that his behavior was inappropriate, the complainant said the teen responded, "Kiss my ass."
When the deputy spoke to the teen, who was skateboarding in the street, the youth said his pants were too loose and baggy and when he lifted his shirt to pull them up his neighbor saw his buttocks. The teen said he never "flashed his butt" to his neighbor but the man became confrontational and said he could have the youth arrested.
The deputy reported he advised the teen that in the future he could wear a belt or purchase pants that fit to avoid embarrassing situations, especially while in public. The teen said he understood.