The comical event, which first began in the USA, saw scores of people jettison pants, skirts and shorts in favor of simply wearing underpants on their lower half during train rides in the cities of Amsterdam, Berlin, Prague, New York and London and more. "But when I woke up today I just knew that I had it in me".
"The turnout is definitely down this year", said LJ Geraghty, who has traveled to the Big Apple for 14 straight years to take part in the internationally-celebrated, pants-less excursion.
Another participant, Deli Meehan, stated, "I don't like trousers anyway". In New York alone, about 4,000 subway riders ditched their trousers for today's ride.
"It's always best to have at least more than one layer", said Dombeck when asked about the possible dangers of the frigid temps on bare skin.
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"You really don't want to be outside too long, I wouldn't press it beyond 15 or 20 minutes", Dombeck added.
My legs are a little numb right now but I'm pushing through.
According to the report, the participants were told to act normal and not answer any questions by anyone regarding the event.
The event is coordinated by Improv Everywhere in cities around the world on the same date to celebrate the human form and spontaneity.
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Hence one of the participants answered, "I forgot to wear my trousers".
London's chilly temperatures take the event to new extremes.
The global event, which began in 2002 as a prank by NY group Improv Everywhere, featured hundreds of strap-hangers in more than 60 cities braving sometimes frigid temperatures to ride the rails in their skivvies.
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