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Neighborhoods of the traveling pantless

Improv is stunner down under on T

Emily Nye, 5, looked up in seeming bewilderment as she and her parents, who are visiting from England, were surrounded by pantless people on the Red Line yesterday. Boston was one of the 10 cities that took part in the 'No Pants! Subway Ride.' Emily Nye, 5, looked up in seeming bewilderment as she and her parents, who are visiting from England, were surrounded by pantless people on the Red Line yesterday. Boston was one of the 10 cities that took part in the "No Pants! Subway Ride." (Essdras M Suarez/Globe Staff)
By Tania deLuzuriaga
Globe Staff / January 13, 2008

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Some thought it was art. Others thought maybe an advertisement. And many were simply bewildered as throngs of people in their tighty-whiteys, flannel boxers, and floral briefs made their way through the T yesterday. (Full article: 518 words)

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