CENTER CITY. Sunday was the city's third annual No Pants Subway Ride.
About 75 people met and rode the Broad Street line, casually removing
their pants at the Walnut-Locust stop, where they were met with both
sideways looks and belly laughs.
"I think it's great. It's funny
that so many people are participating," said Trulen Crcil, 20, who was
sitting on a subway stop bench completely surrounded by pantsless
passengers. "Aren't they cold, though?"
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