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Group drops pants for TRAX ride



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(KSL News) There were a lot of raised eyebrows on TRAX this afternoon because a group of people dropped their pants.

The pants-less patrons got on TRAX to be part of the 8th Annual Nationwide No Pants! Subway Ride.

"It's liberating. It feels good," one of them said. Another added, "I'm great. I feel really good about it."

Pants-less patron Laurie Giving said, "I don't know what's going on. I just saw everyone else had their pants off, and I thought everyone just had the same idea this morning."

The pants-less ride was created by the group "Improv Everywhere," which aims to create chaos and joy in public places.

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