In a memo released earlier this month, the school authorities listed acts of indecent dressing to include wearing of skimpy skirts and blouses, leaving the cleavages open by female students, and wearing of braids or dreadlocks, earrings, nose rings, tattered jeans and sagging by some male students.
According to the memo, the decision to penalize indecent dressing was taken during the school’s senate meeting on August 25.
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