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Baseball Cap Blunders
Wearing a baseball cap in hospital is the start of a chain of uncivil behaviour which leads directly to assaulting doctors and nurses. So argued Theodore Dalrymple on today's programme.

Dalrymple calls for "zero tolerance" on the matter. Baseball caps must be banned.

But is this quintessential American head-wear really worthy of such abuse? We’ve dug out pictures of five ill-advised baseball cap moments. Scroll down and decide: should they be outlawed? And do they lead to uncivil behaviour?

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Someone should have warned him.
Listen - Are baseball caps a sign of moral decay? (27/11/2002)
Listen - The pro baseball cap lobby fights back. (28/11/2002)
Grin and bear it.
Crazy look, crazy guy.
The Hague brand failed to take off.
Hold the front page.
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