Anyone heading to court in central Indiana's Grant County shouldn't wear pajamas.
The county's five circuit and superior court judges have issued an order setting a dress code for courtrooms in Marion.
The order prohibits anyone from entering any of the courtrooms wearing short-shorts, micro-mini skirts, tank tops, hats, clothing that exposes the bare midriff or underwear, pajamas and slippers. It also bans garb that depicts or promotes drug use, violence, illegal acts, sex acts or profanity.
Head coverings are allowed if worn for religious reasons.
The court gives any law enforcement officer or staff member the power to enforce the order in the county midway between Indianapolis and Fort Wayne.