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They Came, They Rode, They Wore No Pants

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All hail the enthusiasm for the absolutely silly as evidenced Sunday afternoon in cities all over the globe, as locals stripped down to their bottom unmentionables for the annual No Pants Day Subway Ride, put together by Improv Everywhere. Though riders in cities where baring bun-outlines in bare essentials brought a risk of hypothermia score higher on the balls-nearly-out bravery, Angelenos still got all aboard the Red Line for a wacky ride to Hollywood where the motley crew did well to mix in with the tourists and caped crusaders in tights.

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