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Friday, January 11, 2008

No Pants! BART Ride Tomorrow: The Question Is 'Why?'

Posted By on Fri, Jan 11, 2008 at 2:05 PM

Saturday, January 12th (that's tomorrow) prepare to join a group of like-minded strangers in freezing your ass off and exposing your fabulous gams to the world, or whatever lucky folks happen to be in the vicinity when the No Pants! BART Ride commences. Participants will be joined in solidarity by similar exhibitionists in New York City (where the 7th Annual No Pants! Subway Ride gets underway), Boston, Washington DC, Portland OR and Chicago -- all of it stemming from Improv Everywhere's original NYC ride. Sketchy details as follows.

When: Saturday, January 12 at 3:00 PM, Sharp! (Over by around 5:30)

Where: I'm thinking we should meet across the street from Embarcadero station, but I'm open to ideas here.

Bring: A backpack or other place to stow pants once they've dropped.

Do NOT bring: A camera, this would make things waaay too obvious

Wear: Normal winter clothes (hat, gloves, etc)

Watch footage (above) of the 2006 No Pants! Subway Ride in NYC, which was disrupted by the police. Check the Facebook page for updates, and stay warm out there freaks.

(via SFist, Laughing Squid)

-- Brian Bernbaum

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