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On the Subway in Their Skivvies: No Pants Day 2010

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No Pants Day 2010 took place yesterday afternoon, with hundreds of pantless participants riding the Red Line between Downtown and Hollywood. LAist Featured Photos pool contributor Calla Cakes was there to capture some of the lighthearted fun of the annual event organized via the NYC-based spontaneous performance group Improv Everywhere, as well as some of the puzzled looks of the subway's pants-wearing riders.