Watch: Groups of people across the world unite against pants

The world is a wonderful place which never ceases to amaze us.

Now, that is one way of going to work. Reuters

Now, that is one way of going to work. Reuters

If the fact that we actually have a day unofficially dedicated to celebrate the existence of monkeys on the planet is not good enough evidence, maybe the fact that there is also a day dedicated to walking around with no pants will be convincing.

Yes, 10 January is unofficially No Pants Day. And what better way to celebrate No Pants Day than to walk around bottomless in a public place like a subway?

According to Improv Everywhere, which is responsible for starting the annual No Pants Subway Ride prank in 2001, thousands of people took off their pants on subways in more than 60 cities in over 25 countries.

Even more hilarious is the way Improv Everywhere describes itself on the website. It is "a New York City-based prank collective that causes scenes of chaos and joy in public places." And it causes these scenes of "chaos and joy" through its "undercover agents".

We really wonder, though, what would happen if such an event took place in India. Going by the hoards of moral police that keeps expressing outrage in our country, we're sure this would be the best way to troll the moral police brigade, not to mention get detained under charges of obscenity.

Here's a video showing the craziness of the No Pants Subway Ride prank:


Updated Date: Jan 12, 2016 10:46 AM

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