Jordan Griffiths is a 13-year-old Mississippi boy who wanted to honor his brother Timmy who's serving with the Marines in Afghanistan.

The front of the shirt seems tame enough, showing the front side of a bulldog. But when the shirt gets turned around, however, the other side seems to show the bulldog's, well, "equipment." The school says while the shirt is certainly pro-military, it is just too graphic.

"It was just that my brother gave it to me before he

left for Afghanistan, about a week before, and he said, 'always be a leader and never a follower.'

What do you think? Should Jordan have been allowed to keep wearing the shirt, or was it inappropriate for school?