In England, a head teacher (that's British for "principal") sent children home from school on Tuesday with a note asking parents to stop wearing pajamas and slippers as they drop their kids off at school. Apparently, school principals are getting so power-mad enforcing dress codes for children that they've now moved onto their parents.
The note has since been deleted from Facebook, but here's a transcript:
I have noticed that there has been an increasing tendency for parents to escort children to and from school while still wearing their pyjamas and, on occasion, even slippers. Could I please ask that when you are escorting your children, you take the time to dress appropriately in day wear that is suitable for the weather conditions? While this may seem to some to be a minor point, I am sure you will agree that it is important for us to all set our children a good example about what is appropriate and acceptable in all aspects of life, not only from the point of view of their safety and general well-being but also as preparation for their own adult life. Thank you for your cooperation in helping to raise our children's aspirations.
Note that "pyjamas" is how British people say "pajamas" and "thank you for your cooperation in helping to raise our children's aspirations" is how British people say "go f*ck yourselves, you sick slobs."