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Published:June 19th, 2009 18:15 EST
Brooksville City Employees Ordered To Wear Underwear

Brooksville City Employees Ordered To Wear Underwear

By Robert Paul Reyes


"A Florida city is cleaning up with a new dress code that requires city workers to wear underwear and use deodorant. The city council in Brooksville north of Tampa recently approved a dress code that instructs employees to observe `strict personal hygiene.`

It also prohibits exposed underwear, clothing with foul language, `sexually provocative` clothes and piercings anywhere except the ears.

Repeat offenders can be fired." The Associated Press

A man should have the freedom to wear boxers, briefs or to go commando. Americans are entitled to the pursuit of happiness, and for a few that means leaving home sans underwear.

Brooksville`s insane new regulations also prohibit exposed underwear. This may seem like a silly question, but how are city officials going to know if city workers are wearing underwear unless they expose their drawers?

I don`t care if city workers wear granny panties or no panties, as long as they do a good job. But I agree with the edict instructing city employees to use deodorant.

What do the Brooksville prigs have against piercings? If a woman pierces her nose she has my attention; if she tells me that her unmentionables are pierced, I am her slave.

Brooksville city employees should rebel against these draconian measures by getting their nether regions pierced and by leaving their undies at home.