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15 photos of the pant-free flashmob on the TTC

The annual No Pants Subway Ride took place this weekend in almost 60 cities across the world, including here in Toronto where hordes of pantless passengers hit up the TTC at Downsview Station much to the bemusement of their fellow riders. The turnout this year was far better than in 2013, and you can bet that the 200 some odd folks who decided to drop their slacks were thankful for temperatures that were at least bearable compared to the cold spell we just suffered.

The crew headed south to Spadina Station, transferred to the Bloor-Danforth Line at everyone's favourite tunnel, before making its way to the Office Pub for a few libations. Along the way they received hundreds of quizzical looks, received a few smiles, and disrupted the mundanity of a boring Sunday on the TTC.

Check out this gallery to see how the 2014 No Pants Subway Ride went down in Toronto.


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