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Riders find no slacks on the T

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A “buttalion” of T riders took the rails Sunday, sans pants, in the latest of what has become annual tradition and bucketlist event for Bostonians keen on enjoying the fresh, January air.

The trouser-lacking riders set off from Pemberton Square and other stops hemmed in by the T’s sytem.

Organizers advised riders to dress warm, even double up on the bloomers and  “act as if nothing is out of the ordinary! The key is to have FUN, not to offend. Make people laugh.”

The “No Pants Subway Ride,” as it’s called, was started back in 2002 by Improv Everywhere in New York and spread to Boston and cities around the world.

Doug McEvoy and Jennifer Hunter ride the subway During No Pants Day on the MBTA on Sunday, January 8, 2023 in Boston. (Staff Photo By Nancy Lane/Boston Herald)
Doug McEvoy and Jennifer Hunter ride the subway During No Pants Day on the MBTA on Sunday,January 8, 2023 in Boston, MA. (Staff Photo By Nancy Lane/Boston Herald)
Vuong Tran exchanges a fist bump with fellow pants-less rider Malcolm Joseph during No Pants Day on the MBTA on Sunday, January 8, 2023 in Boston. (Staff Photo By Nancy Lane/Boston Herald)
Vuong Tran exchanges a fist bump with fellow pants-less rider Malcolm Joseph during No Pants Day on the MBTA on Sunday, January 8, 2023 in Boston, MA. (Staff Photo By Nancy Lane/Boston Herald)
 Pants-less riders during wait for a trolley during No Pants Day on the MBTA on Sunday, January 8, 2023 in Boston, MA. (Staff Photo By Nancy Lane/Boston Herald)
Pants-less riders during wait for a trolley during No Pants Day on the MBTA on Sunday, January 8, 2023 in Boston, MA. (Staff Photo By Nancy Lane/Boston Herald)

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