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Photos: Riders Strip Down For No Pants Metro Ride

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Yesterday was the international day to take off your pants and ride the subway. Riders stripped down to boxers, thongs, fishnets and tighty-whities to ride the Metro. Angelenos were at an advantage: those who partook were able to enjoy balmy weather in the 70s.

The No Pants Subway Ride was started by Improv Everywhere in New York City in 2002, but it's grown into a global, pantless phenomenon. This was Los Angeles' sixth event.

Related:
Photos: The No Pants Subway Ride Was a Bare Affair (2013)
Gallery: Subway Riders Strip Down to Their Skivvies on No Pants Day (2012)
They Came, They Rode, They Wore No Pants (2011)
On the Subway in Their Skivvies: No Pants Day 2010
LA Strips Down For 'No Pants Day 2k9'