Passengers showed up without pants in London Underground / Photo: Kirsty O’Connor / PA via AP
An unusual sight confronted London Underground passengers yesterday as a group of mostly young men and women took off their pants, skirts, leggings and shorts to once again commemorate World Day without .
Defying the bitter cold this year in central London, participants traveled wearing only their underwear in an effort to “lift” the fallen due to the generational weather – and possibly the impending Brexit – of their travel companions.
World Underground Pants Day began as a farce in 2002 in New York City and spread to 60 major cities around the world / Photo: AP
The band first appeared in Chinatown, London, and then split into groups that were split into various subway trains. At the Waterloo station they even threw it into the dance which gave them the opportunity to… warm themselves up, as the pictures show around the world, as well as organizing an after party in Soho.
Underground Pants Day began as a small farce in New York City in 2002 with seven people taking off their pants for a subway ride and has since spread to over 60 cities around the globe, from London to Berlin. from Prague to Moscow.
Source – iefimerida.gr