Little Rock School District's new superintendent Dr Dexter Suggs refers to underwear as 'foundation garments' in the document. New rules: Teachers at Little Rock School District are now required to wear underwear as part of a new dress code for staff New cop in town: New LRSD superintendent Dr Dexter Suggs wrote the new dress code because he believes it will make teachers better role models The go here now guidelines don't stop there. Some of the other rules include the banishment of spandex leggings and hip-hugging jeans. Teachers are required to find the happy medium between 'excessively tight' pants and those that are 'sagging'. Some of the rules seem perfectly reasonable in a school setting - like the banning of clothing which advertises alcohol, drugs or cigarettes.
Time to put my feet up! Clog-maker who runs father-and-son business finally closes the doors after 65 years making wooden shoes
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After the shoes became less fashionable, the business owner noticed a dip in demand so reduced the shop's hours to just 1.30pm until 4.30pm throughout the week. Spending his mornings building dry stone walls, he hasn't made one pair of clogs since February. Mr Strong has worked at the shop since 1972 after his father, Joseph, retired The shop is trying to sell remaining stock before closing its doors in December. Mr Strong currently has 150 pairs of clogs left Like father like son: Mr Strong's father, Joseph (right) opened the shop in Caldbeck, Cumbria, in 1948 'I used to do a lot of shoe repairs but people just throw them away now. 'I used to work on a farm and I only started doing this because I got bronchitis,' Mr Strong said, adding that the shop hadn't changed much since its establishment. His father, Joseph Strong, died in 2010 after being retired from the business for more than 30 years. The shop, which has clogs hanging from the ceiling, has attracted some famous figures over the years including TV personality, Carol Smillie, and a world champion dancer in the 1970s.