That's because commuters on the lines got their two bucks worth - and then some - when four leggy New Yorkers set out to turn the subway cars into strip-club Champagne lounges. Gal pals Jessica Wu, Marissa Lupp and Isis Masoud joined Anderson for the hip-grinding stunt that had male riders ogling and skipping their stops, females smirking - and the MTA fuming. Dressed in a skimpy mini dress and leotard, Lupp, 20, a New York University theater student, gave new meaning to the word straphanger. Dangling from overhead handrails, she lowered herself on a male rider, who eagerly accepted a lap dance.
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The Big Apple got a shock when thousands of people took to the subways with one thing missing: their pants. But is was anything but a typical trip as the 3, jokers who boarded the tubes at a designated time, and, once travelling, stripped their pants off, leaving those not in the know open-mouthed. Scroll down to see a video In New York there were six initial meeting points, but it was organised in such a way that they reached Union Square - still with no pants on - around the same time, and packed out the famous attraction, cheering and leering.
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Four girls from Brooklyn pose pantless at Manhattan's Union Square subway station as they participate in the 9th annual No Pants Subway Ride where thousands of borough straphangers stripped down for the event organized by the group Improv Everywhere. Watch the video. Hundreds of pantless straphangers ride the NYC subway system, sans pants.
Some 5. But what do you really know about something you spend so much time riding? As we sit on the train every day -- sometimes delayed by train traffic ahead, sometimes by signal problems -- one gets to thinking. Are we really delayed by train traffic or are the conductors protecting our sensitivities?