Williams is pushing for an ordinance that would prohibit wearing pajama pants in public.
He began drafting the legislative after he and some other customers saw more than they wanted when a group of young men in PJ pants and house shoes passed them in the aisles.
Where the underwear was supposed to be there was none, and privates were public.
“Pajamas are designed to be worn in the bedroom at night,” Williams told The Shreveport Times.
“If you can’t (wear pajamas) at the Boardwalk or courthouse, why are you going to do it in a restaurant or in public? Today it’s pajamas,” Williams said. “Tomorrow it’s underwear. Where does it stop?”