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No pants subway ride takes Boston: Photos

People took off their pants to get on the T Sunday in Boston.
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The annual No Pants Subway ride returned to Boston Sunday and with temps dipping into the high teens, it was a real knee knocker!

Thirty-one cities across the globe participated in theprank that began 16 years ago with seven people in New York City has grown into a global event with 31 participating cities. Started byImprov Everywhere, the event has no agenda "apart from a desire to make others laugh and smile."

 

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