No Pants Subway Ride To Hit St. Louis

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Hold on to your pants…or maybe not. Don’t be surprised if you get on the Metrolink Monday evening and find some riders without their pants on. It’s all part of the annual “No Pants Subway Ride.”

The No Pants Subway Ride is an annual event started by a group of improv comedians in New York in 2002.
The event, set in January every year, has since spread to more than 50 cities worldwide.

The St. Louis group departed the Skinker station around 6pm to the Civic Center station.

At the station the No Pants Riders tried to mingle in with the other commuters.  The plan didn’t exactly work.  When the train pulled out of the station.  No Pants Riders got a few odd looks and a few grins and hopefully some got a warm seat to sit on.