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witches knickers

witches knickers
 n.pl.— «Two-thirds of this is plastic carrier bags, which end up in landfill or blowing about in trees and hedges (now known colloquially as “witches knickers”).» —“Degradable witches’ knickers” by Katharine Blake Irish Times Dec. 23, 2000. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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