No Pants Subway Ride

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Show off those New Year’s Resolution-ready legs at Improv Everywhere’s annual No Pants Subway Ride. Strip down to your skivvies and embark on a discreet mission with other half-naked Angelenos. If all goes according to plan, No Pants participants should all pull into the same Metro station in the middle of the afternoon—spot any in-the-buff commuters before that and they’re likely your typical lunatics. Unlike the parka-wearing East Coast participants, you probably won’t have too many layers on (thank you, L.A. winters) so make sure to hold on to your TAP card—a day pass costs $7 ($8 if you don’t have a TAP card already).

See our previous photos of the No Pants Subway Ride: 2014, 2016, 2017

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