The annual No Pants Subway Ride event is a day where people ride the subway while they are not wearing pants. This event takes place each year in early January; the date is announced in early December on Improv Everywhere's site. Inpeople participated in New York City.
The "real feel" may be in the single digits in Massachusetts, but that is of no concern to Boston's brazen improv comedy crowd. Thousands of brave Bostonians turned out Sunday for the 17th annual No Pants Subway Ride, a global event organized by the comedy group Improv Everywhere. This year, the local event was expected to attract hundreds of half-naked subway riders to the MBTA transit system.
The trend that started as a prank is celebrating its 15th anniversary after growing into an international celebration. The winter weather didn't stop commuters getting their kit off yesterday for the annual No Pants Day subway ride. The day of silliness was started as a prank by improvisational group Improv Everywhere back in and now 15 years on it has spread across the world.
More than people were set to attend the ninth annual event on Sunday, which urges people to brave the cold weather barelegged. It was part of the worldwide No Pants Subway Ride which began as a small prank in New York in and has since spread to over 60 cities around the globe including Tokyo, Jerusalem and Moscow. The group, led by organisers The Stiff Upper Lip Society, met at Westminster at 3pm before undertaking an hour and a half of riding trains, followed by an after-party.
The semi-nude shenanigans of the annual No Pants Subway Ride hit transit systems across the world Sunday, with hundreds dropping trou for their commutes in London, New York, Vancouver and Toronto. Sunday, adding some spice to the trips of unsuspecting SkyTrain riders. No-pants riders came to Commercial station fully clothed before stripping down for the ride.
Snapped pushing a trolley around the supermarket, the trousers are so convincing, the woman looks as though she's forgotten her pants. It seems the offending trousers are rather popular, after we found several other fans sporting the naked style. Although the clothing is totally innocent, at first glance, the images look rather explicit thanks to the flesh-coloured tights.
There is a long standing tradition about people running around naked. Naked runsUnderwear Runsand now, the No Pants subway ride. The people at Improv Everywhere get that, which is why their annual subway ride is coming back to Boston this year.
In honor of No Pants DayNew Yorkers braved freezing city temperatures and rode the subway lines without wearing any pants. Created by Improv Everywhere nearly twenty years ago, 'No Pants Day' has spread into a nationwide public transportation event spanning across more than fifty cities. We are at Sara D.
Semi-naked subway users stun passers-by and even Arsenal FC fans get in on the international practical joke. People were invited to take part in travelling without their trousers as long as they could keep a straight face - according to the official Facebook site. And the craze even spread to London with a group of Arsenal fans pictured in just their underpants ahead of their game against Manchester City at the Emirates.
Hundreds of people have risked the possibility of eye contact on the London Underground by riding half-naked. Bare-legged people were spotted across the tube network for the 10th annual No Trousers Tube Ride. Crowds met outside the National Gallery in Trafalgar Square on Sunday before heading below ground and boarding trains on different tube lines. More than people piled onto the Piccadilly Line, but struggled to remove their trousers due to the volume of people travelling.