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No Pants Subway Ride 2010

The No Pants Subway Ride 2010 edition took to the TTC yesterday. Organized by Improv in Toronto, the bare-legged, goosebump-generating "flash mob" experience sees riders casually whip off their pants, revealing their tighty-whiteys, bikini briefs, lacy panties, and boxers... and take the train - much to the awe/delight/fright of unsuspecting passengers.

blogTO contributor Paul Flynn happened upon a number of pantless participants taking part in the 3rd annual winter event, and sent us a link to some photos he took. blogTO Flickr pooler SasiShan also dropped a few in our pool this morning. Looks like a lot of (shivering) fun, doesn't it?

Photos by SasiShan:

Photos by Paul Flynn - 'Toronto Paul':

The phenomenon has become a worldwide event (see BBC video), with transit users in 43 cities taking part this year.

Update (January 15th): video!

Lead photos by Paul Flynn.

Previously on blogTO: No Pants Subway Ride 2009 (video).


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