News outlets across the U.S. covered the pajama ban story, and now, it's spread all the way to Australia.
A ban on pajamas in public didn't seem to popular with folks here.
"I think it's about freedom of choice. We're in America that's what we represent," said Daniel Callahan, shopper.
However, it's definitely caught the attention of the media. USA Today, MSNBC, and even Time, have covered the story. Now, the world is watching.
Caddo Commissioner Michael Williams answered questions about his proposed ban on pajamas that aired live in Australia Thursday afternoon.
He spoke with anchors of the Australian morning show called 'Sunrise' by satellite from our NBC 6 studios.
"One of the busiest days of shopping - I noticed two young men with loose fitting pajamas on with private parts hanging out," said Michael Williams, Caddo Commissioner, district 3.
He explained how the experience prompted his proposed ban on wearing pajamas in public places.
"Designed to be worn for sleeping and lounging with the lights out and the blinds down," said Williams.
As far as being unconstitutional, Williams disagrees. He points to schools, courtrooms, and even the bossier boardwalk, as having dress codes.
"It's not a matter of constitutional; it's a matter of compliance," said Williams.
Commissioner Williams says he's not doing this for all the media hype, instead, he emphasizes the ban would help bring up the moral fiber of the community.