From New York to Shanghai, Mexico to Stockholm, yesterday tens of thousands of folk in 25 countries around the planet dropped their drawers as part of No Pants on the Subway Day (click here).
It's the 13th year the event, which is designed to "bring chaos and joy" to public places, has taken place. The rules are simple: random passengers board a subway car at separate stops in the middle of winter without pants. Winter coats, hats, scarves and gloves are permissible but pants need to be left at home.
Apparently the only notable thing about this year's event was the number of frayed and huckery old undies on display. Proof that economies everywhere continue to devour themselves.
But hey, it made this old girl laugh and that's never a bad thing.
(Pic credit: The Guardian)
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