Sexy trousers banned

9th October 2009 at 01:00

A Somerset school has angered parents by banning tight-fitting trousers that are "too sexy" for the classroom. Nailsea School said the #163;10 Miss Sexy garments are unsuitable because they leave a visible underwear line, are tight-fitting, have bronze buttons and carry a brand label. But some parents have refused to pay up to #163;16.99 for the new recommended school trousers, saying they are almost identical to the old ones.

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