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What LA's Annual No Pants Subway Ride Says About Locals

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Photo: Perhansa Skallerup/<a href="">LAist</a>
Photo: Perhansa Skallerup/LAist

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GuerilLA's seventh-annual No Pants Subway Ride infiltrated five LA Metro stations this month, proving that Angelenos really love a theme day. LAist hit the scene at the Wilshire/Western station to take snaps of some of the wacky styles spotted at the event.

Not surprisingly, our city's adventurist locals were quick to drop trou', showcasing looks that were equal parts cosplay-inspired and Nasty Gal-like, peppered with getups reminiscent of Burning Man. See all the leggy looks here and start sculpting those gams so you can join them next time.
· Photos: Riders Expose Their Butt Cheeks At The No Pants Metro Ride [LAist]