WASHINGTON -- Should a male student be kicked out of school for wearing a skirt? A high school in Maryland's Calvert County thinks so.
WRC-TV/NBC4's Shomari Stone reports that Warren Evans, a student at Calvert High School, has been suspended for violating the school's dress code.
Evans, shown on camera wearing a short pink skirt, high heels and a wig, told Stone that he doesn't think he's done anything wrong.
"It didn't say anywhere in the code of conduct or the dress code that boys can't dress like girls," he said to Stone. "I feel annoyed that they would go out of their way to make a problem just with me wearing a skirt."
Evans told Stone the school is discriminating against him.
School officials didn't comment on the suspension, but Evans said he was told the "dress code applies to all students, regardless of gender."
Watch Stone's full report here or above.