Warning: Pants-less Agitators to Storm Metro Saturday
You might want to arm yourself with some sanitary wipes for any Metrorail travel tomorrow.
Improv Everywhere, a prankster coalition that has a mission of creating "scenes of chaos and joy in public places," plans to send operatives into the Metrorail system who will then drop their trousers in an act of near-naked rebellion.
The group performed the first "no pants" event in the New York subway in 2002; it has since spawned copycat events in 23 other cities from Adelaide, Australia to Warsaw, Poland. (Improv Everywhere is best known for other normalcy-smashing stunts like Frozen Grand Central and The Amazing Hypnotist).
The D.C. chapter plans to meet at Hancock Park at 3 p.m. tomorrow, then bring the nakedness inside L'Enfant Plaza station.
After last year's event, the Post's Dan Zak described the scene as "a fleshy forest of goose-pimpled, sun-starved shanks." Watch -- at your own peril -- the pants-droppers in the act:
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