Ricksha and Lungi
A common sight in the streets of Bangladesh are rickshaws (ricksha in Bangla). I once read that Bangladesh has the most rickshaws in the world. I have seen a multitude of them, they are every where. Fare is negotiable depending on the distance, traffic, and the mood of the driver. They mostly say no in my experience.
As seen here, the drivers are wearing lungi. Lungis are an informal skirt worn by men in place of pants.
(From wikipedia)...The lungi is a garment worn around the waist in India, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, and Myanmar (formerly Burma). While its origin is found in South Indian culture, it is worn by diverse communities across Southern Asia.
The lungi is the most commonly-seen dress of Bangladeshi men, although it is not normally worn on formal occasions. In Bangladesh, lungis are worn by most men on a daily basis, although elaborately-designed cotton, batik, or silk lungis are also often presented as wedding gifts to the groom. Bengali women do not traditionally wear lungis, although non-Bengali tribal women do wear similar garments in some parts of southeastern Bangladesh. In neighboring West Bengal, the lungi is fast replacing the dhoti as the most popular men's garment for everyday wear. Some Bengali men avoid wearing the lungi, considering it to be too informal or inappropriate, despite the fact that it is both ubiquitous and comfortable. Despite the fact that the usage of lungi is declining slowly, it is still the most common male attire in rural Bangladesh.