The Santa Luzia courthouse has enough restrictions to teach us almost everything we need to know about casual clothing. This was brought to light when ex-con Bruno Fernandes das Dores de Souza had to report there and was dressed inappropriately. He was dressed like a soccer player ready to take selfies with fans, (which he did) but his lawyers should have known the rules. There is a sign at the entrance of the courthouse that warns:
The Santa Luzia Courthouse prohibits the entrance of anyone in excessively short attire or with low necklines that expose the abdominal region.
Clothing that exposes, through transparency or otherwise, body parts that are not customarily exposed, such as shorts, swimming apparel, gym or workout clothing, miniskirts and mini-blouses, including strapless blouses, are also prohibited. Bermuda shorts and sleeveless tees are specifically prohibited for men.
Bruno, who was wearing a sleeveless tee, was given an improvised toga to wear so that he would look like an ancient Roman emperor wearing plastic. The former inmate/goalie is planning to move to Rio, and their dress codes might be more lenient.