An airline employee poses with a group of riders.

Nearly one hundred turned out Sunday afternoon for the 2015 No Pants

Nearly one hundred turned out Sunday afternoon for the 2015 No Pants Light Rail ride. The annual event, which takes place in cities around the globe, encourages riders to take a journey on mass transit without—you guessed it—pants. Click here to check out the trouserless fun in our slideshow.

A passerby at SeaTac airport takes notice of the pant-less crowd walking by.

Riders head back downtown after visiting SeaTac.

A participant disrobes on the train.

Looking for proof of participation, a couple has their photo taken on a platform.

Looking for proof of participation, a couple has their photo taken on a platform.

A passbery poses with a rider at SeaTac airport.

One of these folks isn’t dressed like the others, as a light rail train prepares to pull away from the station.

An impromptu line dance party breaks out at SeaTac airport.

While undressing for the ride, a couple shares a kiss in the Westlake Plaza light rail station.

Shoes are readjusted onto feet after a few gentlemen change out of their pants.

People ready for Seattle’s 2015 No-Pants Light Rail ride in Westlake Station.

People ready for Seattle’s 2015 No-Pants Light Rail ride in Westlake Station.

A couple leaves the train.

Passerby take notice of their newly de-pants partners in riding in Westlake Station.

Participants walk into the SeaTac airport.

Participants ride the light rail during the 2015 No Pants Light Rail ride.

Ready to embark on a pant-less adventure, a crowd gathers at Westlake Park in downtown Seattle on Sunday, January 11, 2015.

A rider holds a belated holiday cup of coffee while on the train.

Set on SeaTac airport, a large group of people sans pants converge on SeaTac airport.

A rider awaits the next train at a station.

Riders fill a service chair with empty pants and a coat.

Participants ride the light rail during the 2015 No Pants Light Rail ride.

A couple attracts attention while drinking a cup of coffee at SeaTac airport.

A participant removes his pants on board the Link light rail train.

Participants ride the light rail during the 2015 No Pants Light Rail ride.

Waiting for the next light rail train.

The Seahawks fan was not the winner.

Participants await the decision of an impromptu rock-paper-scissors match to determine which of two groups gets to stay on the train.

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