No Pants Subway Ride Streaks Through NYCSubway riders across the five boroughs took part in the 18th annual "No Pants Subway Ride" at 3 p.m.
Extreme Cold Doesn't Deter No Pants Subway RideSome New Yorkers braved extreme cold with bare legs Sunday afternoon as they took part in the No Pants Subway Ride.
Best Things To Do This Weekend In NY: Jan. 6 & 7Bull riders, underpants and jokes. Need we say more?
16th Annual No Pants Subway Ride Kicks Off In New York CitySome straphangers will be riding pant-less today, as the 16th annual "No Pants Subway Ride" kicks off across New York City.
PHOTOS: Commuters Around The World Strip Down For No Pants Subway RideThe event, organized by the Improv Everywhere comedy collective, started in 2002 in New York City with seven participants. This year, organizers say pants-less subway rides are scheduled to take place in more than two dozen cities around the world.
Best Things To Do In NYC This WeekendJust because winter’s finally here doesn’t mean you should hibernate in your house all weekend.
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No Pants? No Problem: New Yorkers Take Part In 14th Annual No Pants Subway RideOrganizers suggested that if anyone were to ask participants why they took off their pants to respond by saying they were "getting uncomfortable."
New Yorkers Strip Down For Annual 'No Pants Subway Ride'Sunday, was the annual "No Pants Subway Ride" when random passengers board subway cars at separate stops in the middle of winter without any pants on.
Thousands Participate In Annual No Pants Subway RideSunday marked the 12th annual No Pants Subway Ride. A group called Improv Everywhere is responsible for the idea.
No Pants Subway Ride Coming This SundayIf you see a throng of people on the New York City subway wearing only winter coats and underwear this coming Sunday, do not be alarmed.
New Yorkers Take Off Their Pants In The Subway The 10th Annual No Pants Subway Ride took placed from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. The group that organized the event -- Improv Everywhere -- said about 10,000 people took part in New York City.