Brit school bans Miss Sexy trousers for being 'unhelpful to learning'

London, Nov 04 (ANI): A school in Britain has banned its students from wearing a pair of tight-fitting trousers called Miss Sexy, as the way the garment clings to girl students distracts students from learning.

he headteacher of Bradley Stoke Community School in Bristol is cracking down on rule breaches and has spent 400 pounds on 80 pairs of standard issue 5 pounds black trousers.

Any girls caught wearing figure-hugging trousers are forced to change into a regulation pair of trousers, which are hanging on racks near the entrance.

Pupils are required to hand over something of value, such as their mobile phone, as deposit to ensure they return the pair at the end of the school day.

The Miss Sexy trousers, which are made from stretchy Bengalin and Polyester material, cost between 10 pounds and 15 pounds and can be bought at local clothes shops and online.

They come in a range of designs, including those accessorised with zips, large buckles and bronze buttons.

Headteacher David Baker said the trousers showed "too much flesh".

"When I walk round the classrooms it is hideously embarrassing to see girls leaning over tables and to see flesh and thong hanging out," the Daily Mail quoted him as saying.

"Parents of those who have been wearing the wrong trousers have already been communicated with through texts, emails and letters.

"We have spoken to girls who have been wearing the trousers and have told them that if they don't wear the correct uniform it will be embarrassing for them because they will have to wear ones provided by the school.

"We are hoping that everyone will turn up with the correct trousers and will not need to borrow a pair, but if they do they will have to hand over a deposit item.

"Students can't use their mobiles during the school day and are supposed to store them in their lockers so it makes no difference to them if they have them or not," he added. (ANI)

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