Pull up your pants

A Jersey shore resort town on Wednesday passed a law prohibiting people from wearing saggy pants that expose skin or underwear while strolling on its boardwalk.

At least one law school professor says she thinks the law is probably unconstitutional. Concurring with that assessment were noted legal scholars Paul “DJ Pauly D” DelVecchio and Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino.

House hunk: On his Internet Movie Database page, state lawmaker and bit-part actor Rep. Mike Hope, R-Mill Creek, shows off his well-sculpted torso in a beefcake shirtless photo.

Male legislators known for requesting digital enhancements of their official photos now have a new task for their Photoshop-savvy staff: graft their heads onto Hope’s rockin’ bod.

Wedding crasher: In Pennsylvania, a woman stands accused of stealing gift cards at a wedding reception she attended with her boyfriend. Police say she stuffed nearly $500 in cash in her bra.

The bride and groom naturally wanted the money back, but said the alleged thief can keep the Kmart gift cards.

— Mark Carlson, Herald staff

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