“If you are wearing a dress you don’t have any other place to put it unless you are carrying it in your purse,” said Leanne McBride, who owns the Wedding Tradition in Anderson.

Sheriff John Skipper understands the problem.

“Especially in the summer time it becomes an issue with people wearing the shorts and the tank tops and things like this. But, the law defines it as being concealed and it really should be on you so that it’s not imprinted in your clothes,” Skipper said.

Source: Jade Hindmon for WAFB 9.

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