A district court in Pennsylvania is apparently fed up with underdressed court visitors and money pulled from places the sun don't shine.
A pair of signs recently posted in York County District Court Judge Ronald J. Haskell Jr.'s courtroom made the court's feelings on the matter clear, reports The York Daily Record. One sign reads, in Spanish we well as English "Money from undergarments will not be accepted in this office." The other sign, taped just below the first, cautions in all capital letters "PAJAMAS ARE NOT APPROPRIATE ATTIRE FOR DISTRICT COURT."
In light of the judge's all-caps admonition, what would be appropriate attire for court?