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Bucharest, Jan 9 /Agerpres/ - The bold No Pants Subway Ride event will be staged this Sunday in Bucharest as of 15:00 hrs, with participants invited to ride the subway pants-free, but also donate clothes, the organizers announced.
No Pants Subway Ride has been running worldwide since 2002 and this is its second straight year in Bucharest. The meeting point is the subway entrance near the Starbucks café in Unirii Square; the riders are invited to go pants-free, yet with the mention that they should wear boxers or shorts and no screaming out underwear, the organizers announced on Facebook.
They also called on those interested to donate clothing, as entertainment and care for the needy should go hand in hand, the online message also reads.
Apart from bringing along "lots of enthusiasm", the participants are instructed to take off their trousers inside the subway station and make sure they have a backpack to place them into. They must clothe as usually for winter, with coats, scarves and gloves, and act as naturally as possible on the train, like reading a book or looking into a magazine. For unwitting riders they should pretend they just forgot their pants at home, the organizers add.
The No Pants Subway Ride takes place simultaneously in New York, Amsterdam, Barcelona, Berlin, Boston, Brisbane, Bucharest, Copenhagen, Helsinki, Lisbon, London, Los Angeles, Madrid, Miami, Montreal, Paris, Prague, Riga, Rome, San Francisco, Stockholm, Sydney, Toronto, Vancouver and Washington DC. AGERPRES
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