January 15, 2014 Slideshows

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No Pants Subway Rides Across America 

From New York City to L.A., Miami to St. Louis, Minneapolis to Dallas and Phoenix, photos of Improv Everywhere's annual No Pants subway rides, started thirteen years ago in New York. "We cause scenes" is the motto of Improv Everywhere and its mission is to cause "chaos and joy."
Improv Everywhere welcomed over 4,000 people from all over New York City to drop their pants and take the subway in their skivvies on Sunday, January 12. See more
In Minneapolis, folks got onto the light rail at the Mall of America before de-pantsing during the ride, on what felt like a balmy January Sunday after last week's polar vortex temperatures. See more
In Phoenix, dozens of local wiseacres undressed to impress on Sunday, January 12, and boarded various METRO Light Rail trains while wearing nary any trousers, jeans, skirts, or shorts. See more
It's a Sunday in January, so that must mean it's time for the people of Dallas to not wear pants on public transport, as part of a nationwide day of refusing to conform to usual leg-covering conventions. See more
Improv Everywhere welcomed over 4,000 people from all over New York City to drop their pants and take the subway in their skivvies on Sunday, January 12. See more
It's a Sunday in January, so that must mean it's time for the people of Dallas to not wear pants on public transport, as part of a nationwide day of refusing to conform to usual leg-covering conventions. See more
Improv Everywhere welcomed over 4,000 people from all over New York City to drop their pants and take the subway in their skivvies on Sunday, January 12. See more
In Phoenix, dozens of local wiseacres undressed to impress on Sunday, January 12, and boarded various METRO Light Rail trains while wearing nary any trousers, jeans, skirts, or shorts. See more
In Minneapolis, folks got onto the light rail at the Mall of America before de-pantsing during the ride, on what felt like a balmy January Sunday after last week's polar vortex temperatures. See more
In Phoenix, dozens of local wiseacres undressed to impress on Sunday, January 12, and boarded various METRO Light Rail trains while wearing nary any trousers, jeans, skirts, or shorts. See more
In Minneapolis, folks got onto the light rail at the Mall of America before de-pantsing during the ride, on what felt like a balmy January Sunday after last week's polar vortex temperatures. See more
Improv Everywhere welcomed over 4,000 people from all over New York City to drop their pants and take the subway in their skivvies on Sunday, January 12. See more
Improv Everywhere welcomed over 4,000 people from all over New York City to drop their pants and take the subway in their skivvies on Sunday, January 12. See more
It's a Sunday in January, so that must mean it's time for the people of Dallas to not wear pants on public transport, as part of a nationwide day of refusing to conform to usual leg-covering conventions. See more
It's a Sunday in January, so that must mean it's time for the people of Dallas to not wear pants on public transport, as part of a nationwide day of refusing to conform to usual leg-covering conventions. See more
A scene from Cleveland on Saturday, January 11. See more No Pants Cleveland Subway Ride 2014 photos. Photo by Alaina McConnell, courtes
STL Improv Anywhere held the fourth-annual No Pants MetroLink Ride on Tuesday, January 14 with a stop at the St. Louis Blues hockey game. See more St. Louis No Pant
In Phoenix, dozens of local wiseacres undressed to impress on Sunday, January 12, and boarded various METRO Light Rail trains while wearing nary any trousers, jeans, skirts, or shorts. See more
A small group of people partook in the No Pants Metrorail Ride on Sunday in Miami. See more Miami No Pants Metrorail Ride 2014 photos. Photo by Alex Markow.
A small group of people partook in the No Pants Metrorail Ride on Sunday in Miami. See more Miami No Pants Metrorail Ride 2014 photos. Photo by Alex Markow.
No Pants Metro Ride 2014 went down on Sunday in cities around the world with commuters being encouraged to ride sans pants. This was the scene in Los Angeles as folks made their way from various rendezvous points around the Metro system. See more
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Improv Everywhere welcomed over 4,000 people from all over New York City to drop their pants and take the subway in their skivvies on Sunday, January 12. See more Play Slideshow

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