Records Bar-B-Q has been a fixture in Oak Cliff for more than 40 years. But they don't want any butts exposed here.
The owner banned sagging pants a year ago.
"I just feel you should be presentable when you come into my place. You can go anywhere else but I have to have some standards for my store", said owner Barbara Record.
Record is one of dozens of people supporting Dallas city council member Dwaine Caraway in new push to get young men to pull up their pants.
"This movement is a collective let's talk about it, let's figure it out because there is a future in our youth", Caraway said.
Caraway says a person wearing sagging pants can create unhealthy conditions in public places.
"When you are on the bus and you are sitting on a leather seat or plastic type seat on DART, the germs that are immediately exposed from the body connected to the seat are waiting on the next passenger to sit in that chair", he said.
Caraway is not calling for ordinances to monitor sagging pants, but says he wants better enforcement of dress codes.
He's getting support from former Dallas Cowboy Deion Sanders.
"I have two schools I'm about to open and I assure you no teacher was hired that came in for the interview sagging", Sanders said.
But not everybody is on board.
A man calling himself Nathan Business showed at city hall in sagging pants and stood up for the saggers.
"We sag our pants because we're comfortable feeling this way not because we want to feel uncomfortable", he said.