A huge billboard with an even bigger message is getting a lot of attention in Memphis, Tennessee. The billboard message is "Show Your Mind, Not Your Behind."
Former Memphis City Councilman Fred Davis paid for the billboard out of his own pocket.
"It is the nature of young people to follow the crowd. I maintained when I was in high school that the crowd is usually wrong," David said. "The young men need role models where they are."
Saggy pants have also been banned on the boardwalk in Wildwood, NJ.
The shore town passed the law in June and it was a unanimous decision.
It bans overly saggy pants, as well as bikini bottoms and dresses that are more than three inches below the waistline.
Davis hopes the message will get through to teenagers.
Heat and humidity/ Code Orage Ozone Alert. Dangerous rip current risk remains down the shore.
Wednesday is a typical hot and humid summer day with high tempertures in the low 90s. A cold front will pass by Wednesday night bringing a few showers and the return to cooler temps and less humid air by Thursday.
The holiday weekend is looking warmer and unsettled. Shower and thunderstorm chances increaselate Sunday and Labor Day.