Chilly weather didn’t stop these pantless subway passengers

The "No Pants Subway Ride" made for chilly traveling in Chicago.
The "No Pants Subway Ride" made for chilly traveling in Chicago.
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It might have been only 18 degrees Fahrenheit in New York City on Sunday afternoon, but the annual tradition of riding the subway without pants went on despite some frozen buns.

The light-hearted event brought out many riders donning winter clothing, but no pants. Once on board, participants are supposed to play it straight and act like nothing's out of the ordinary.?

Even "Hot" Mike Pence was spotted wearing just a suit and underwear.

Elsewhere riders were pant-less despite brisk temperatures in Chicago, Washington, D.C, Berlin, and London — where the ride is known as the "No Trousers Tube Ride."

On the West Coast and in other more forgiving climates, it wasn't that cold, but riders still made an impressive showing in places like San Francisco and Los Angeles.

No pants, no problem!