Thursday, May 12, 2005

I love stories like this XXIII

"They thought I was mocking the school," said 18-year-old Lake Geneva, WI, high school senior Kerry Lofy of his $249 disorderly conduct ticket. He came to the prom in a dress:
When Lofy showed up in the dress, a blond wig, open-toed platform sandals, blue earrings and a necklace, teachers turned him away. He said he showed up later with a tan-and-black plaid leisure suit over the dress, went inside and whipped off the suit during a dance-off. A security guard escorted him out, he said.
They thought he was mocking the school. Gad! Doesn't this prove that they deserve to be mocked?


Anonymous said...

I wonder if this was a private or public school, because public schools have almost no dress code any longer. I would find it odd that they'd have a dress code for the prom when there's none for the daily academic day.

Steve Erbach said...

But the teachers and administration were being mocked, mocked I tell you! Besides that he was flouting the traditions of cross-gender political correctness. The days that Milton Berle could get away with dressing up as a person of the opposite gender are long gone -- and good riddance to those days, too!

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