Commuters let it all hang out for annual No Pants Subway Ride
Hardened New Yorkers got an eyeful when more than 4,000 people stripped down to their skivvies and descended on the city’s subway system in the 13h annual No Pants Subway Ride on Sunday.
“I like to just go and have fun, and I’m not afraid to shake up society,” Anna Miretti, 29, said as she boarded a train.
Bill Brook, 51, said the No Pants Subway Ride is something he has always wanted to do. “I just wanted to make sure I was a part of it this year — and I wanted to cut loose.”
The event was organized by Improv Everywhere and took place in 60 cities spanning more than 25 countries.