A Mosheim man who wore a hoodie containing an offensive term into a Greeneville restaurant Saturday was charged with disorderly conduct and drug possession, sheriff's Deputy Jeff Caudill said in a report.
Kenneth Moody Chandley, 21, of 879 Fish Hook Road, was inside Pal's Sudden Service Restaurant in the Greeneville Commons when deputies eating in the restaurant were alerted by customers about the hoodie, which contained a two-word phrase "in big, bold white letters," the report said.
The garment "caused everyone in the restaurant to become upset and comment on the offensive nature of his clothing," the report said.
Deputies confronted Chandley outside the restaurant, the report said.
During a patdown search "for possible weapons," a small plastic bag containing marijuana and a pipe were found, the report said.
Chandley was also charged with simple possession of a Schedule VI drug and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Bond was set at $2,500 pending a first scheduled General Sessions Court appearance today.