It was a quiet and chilly January Sunday afternoon in Toronto. Not much happening at one of the busiest intersections in the big smoke.
Yonge Dundas Sq looked so vacant I considered whether we were in a Zombie apocalypse.
Even Toronto’s Spiderman called it a day.
Many began to gather in the lobby just outside H&M in the Eaton Centre. Shoppers stopped to ask what was going on and when it was explained, some laughed others shook their heads. Security began to appear and asked similar questions. I have to say I was impressed with the Eaton Centre security team, they were very professional and just watched to ensure the security of the Centre was maintained. When I saw them gathering I thought they would begin bothering the participants, but nope they were as well behaved as the No Pants participants. Kudos to all!
This was my first time covering this event, I didn’t know what to expect but I was not Disappointed. I had a great time.
I want to thank the No Pants Society for organizing this event in Toronto. I’n my opinion it was a great success at from what I saw everyone had a great time.
On Sunday January 11th 2015 in 60 cities and across 25 countries thousands dropped their pants for a NO PANTS subway ride. This event began 14 years ago in New York and quickly spread across the world. This event was started by Improv Everywhere
Looking at these pictures, it looks like a normal day on the TTC.
Look again, pants are starting to come off.
Soon it was all over the subway, unfortunately there were many passengers making photography of the pantless riders a little challenging.
An epic battle ensued, Toronto’s Batman Vs Superwoman GO DC!!
Some showed there best underwear…
while others had interesting statements on them