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No Pants Sunday

Rex Features via AP Images

Rex Features via AP Images

Many London Underground riders went pantsless on Sunday as part of No Pants Subway Ride, which originated in New York City. Since pants mean underwear in the U.K., Brits were careful to clarify that trousers were optional, knickers weren’t. According to the group’s Facebook page, 250-300 people participated this year!

No Trousers Day on the London Underground, London, Britain - 12

'No Pants Subway Ride Day', London, Britain - 12 Jan 2014

'No Pants Subway Ride Day', London, Britain - 12 Jan 2014

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Posted on 15, January 2014, in Culture, Humor, News and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.

  1. haha! i had never heard of this (and didn’t know it was happening in new york, too) until i saw it in person on the train! amazing! πŸ™‚ thanks for posting, trish!

  2. So relieved to hear this was the American definition of pants! I have to wonder, though, if January in London is the best month for this caper. Not my idea of fun πŸ™‚

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