Train commuters in major cities worldwide will get a little cheeky Sunday as part of the annual No Pants Subway Ride that ... well ... is exactly what it says.
Pranksters will converge at train stations donned in shirts, shoes and no pants.
The only requirement is to act nonchalant - read, listen to your iPod, chat with your fellow riders - as you go about your normal business without any pants.
Dozens of major cities including London, New York, Washington, Mexico City and Tel Aviv, will take part in the rides, according to organizers Improv Everywhere.
Improv Everywhere started the No Pants Subway Ride in New York in 2002, according to its website.
The New York City-based group boasts of causing "scenes of chaos and joy" in public places.FULL STORY