Young men who wear their trousers fashionably low slung will be rounded up and shot in a new government crackdown on awfulness.
"It's rare that people show such clear indications of being giant swaggering bell ends, but a large amount of research demonstrates that literally 100% of the people who do this are about as much use to society as a dead rodent." Said a government spokesperson.
Elliot, who enjoyed a private education, but insists on being called 'Baggy D', is one such youth who likes to express himself by wearing his trousers so low that passers by can see the entirety of his buttocks outlined by his figure hugging underpants. He told us that he wasn't happy with the new proposals, calling David Cameron a 'fool' before launching into an affected diatribe about how the government 'don't listen to yutes', via the medium of a rap recorded onto his iphone.
"These days it's sadly not uncommon to see young men shuffling down the street, their belt line only just resting over their cock and balls, with a good portion of their rump on display." Said one expert on social phenomena. "The first time I saw it, I thought a young chap had simply been in dire need of a turd, and had begun the process of undressing on his way to the toilet. Something we've all done, probably. However, when he calmly walked past McDonalds, I realised I was sadly mistaken, and it slowly dawned on me that I was witnessing a new wave of God Awful social behaviour."
Kenneth, an 70 year old war veteran from Basingstoke said he was confused by the new fashion. "I saw one lad actually wrench his Calvin Kleins out from the crevice of his buttocks whilst walking down the street for Christ sake. Please don't tell me that my generation died for this."