In Pictures: Hundreds Of Londoners Rode The Tube Without Their Trousers Today

No Trousers Tube Ride

Sunday saw London’s No Trousers Tube Ride celebrate its tenth year of trews-less travel.

Hundreds of Londoners met outside the National Gallery for a jeansless jaunt across the capital, wearing their very best pants for the occasion.

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The aim – whimsy, raised brows and a splash of the absurd on an otherwise grey January weekend.

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In the warm environs of the Underground it’s trousers off…

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…and pins out!

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The event is so popular that participants split into four groups to avoid a pasty-skinned pile-up.

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They covered routes all over the city, before re-uniting at a pub at the end of the day.

Known elsewhere in the world as the No Pants Subway Ride, similar happenings take place in cities around the world, having originated in New York in 2009.

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Participants included solo commuters…

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Friends and couples…

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And groups of friends up for something a little different.

A good time was had by all!

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And if you want to join in the fun yourself, it’s guaranteed to return in 2020!

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Dare to bare even more? The World Naked Bike Ride will streak through London this June!

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