A man in Memphis, Tennessee has been arrested after police say he shot a 17-year-old during an argument over the teen’s saggy pants.
According to published reports, Kenneth Bonds confronted two teens outside his house by yelling at them to pull their pants up.
When the teens ignored the request police state Bonds responded by pulling out a black semi-automatic pistol and firing several shots striking one teen in the buttocks .
“You want to do something, but you’re not going that far, “neighbor Cowboy Ward told press, “A clear-minded person wouldn’t go that far, to hurt somebody over how they dress.”
Bonds was arrested and has been charged with two counts of aggravated assault and as of Monday afternoon, was released on bond.
Police say Bonds admitted to them to shooting the teen after a heated argument over saggy pants.
The teenager who was shot was taken to a hospital where he was treated and released.
Meanwhile, Bonds is due in court next week.