Little Cooper Barton and his parents, from Oklahoma City, are big fans of the Michigan Wolverines, so he wore his favorite Michigan shirt to school at Wilson Elementary in Oklahoma City.
It wasn't before long when school officials told young Cooper that he had to turn his shirt inside out because wearing Michigan Wolverine attire was a violation of the dress code.
In fact wearing apparel from any school outside the state of Oklahoma is considered a violation of the dress code. It also bans professional apparel.
Shannon Barton, Cooper's mother, told local TV station News9, "They should really worry about academics. It wasn't offensive. He's 5."
According to News9, schools in Oklahoma City created the current dress code in 2005 as a way to get rid of gangs and gang apparel.
Yeah, because Cooper looks like a tough, hardened gang member. You need to relax the dress code just a tad, OKC.