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Ohio sheriff’s office posts 'PSA' to remove drugs, stolen items from borrowed pants

To prevent what appears to be a common mix-up, a sheriff's office in Ohio posted a PSA for people who borrow other people's pants to make sure they remove all the drugs or stolen items that may be in them.
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MONTGOMERY COUNTY, Ohio — To prevent what appears to be a common excuse, a sheriff's office in Ohio posted a "public service announcement" for people who borrow other people's pants.

"Prior to wearing someone else's pants, please remove all drugs, drug paraphernalia, stolen property, or any other illegal items the 'owner' of the pants may have left behind," the Montgomery County Sheriff's Office said in a Facebook post.

"'These are not my pants,' is not an affirmative defense," the post reads.

The post on Thursday has been shared more than 2,000 times on Facebook.