The Wuxi China Expatdom has a established a special No Fly Zone, Minister of Fashion Yves St. Bouchard announced today. The No Fly Zone will be located in the 1912 bar district of Wuxi, China. Persons found wearing pants or skirts, with zipper or button flies, in the zone will pay a 300 rmb fine.
St. Bouchard recommended that Expats wear sweat pants or old guy pants, with no crotch opening, that are held up by string.
Fred Minkleman, owner of the popular Gambay’s Pub in the 1912 Bar District, said he disagreed with the zone establishment for “aesthetic reasons”, but didn’t see much potential consternation about the policy since most visitors coming to the zone didn’t wear pants anyway. Those who may not like this, he added, could always take advantage of Gambay’s “buy sweatpants and get two beers free” deal. Said Minkleman, “These sweatpants, which bear the official Gambay’s Logo, are 100 percent cotton, pre-washed, and pre-shrunk, and come in all sizes from small to triple-extra large. The biggest laowai will have find his size here. And you will get a special voucher which entitles you to two bottles of beer from the extensive Gambay’s beer menu.”