To use the subway public transport system to commute ‘without wearing trousers or anything of the kind but with an apathetic mood’ while retaining sweaters, hats and scarves’, that is the simple but whimsical way of observing the No-Pants-Subway-Ride day. The term ‘no pants’ means legs must not be covered. So people are advised against skirts, long dresses, kilts, etc. A thick underwear or even a supporter is enough. It all started in the New York City subway, in January 2002, following an initiative by the group called ‘Improv Everywhere’. This group is intended to spark scenes of disorders and joys in a public space, and they managed to collect up to 4,000 attendees at previous editions! Each year, the exact date is known in December, but it always takes place in January. Thousands of people from the four corners of the globe met in big cities to participate in the No-Pants-Subway-Ride this year. Not even the frigid winter weather could deter the feisty followers. The aim of the day is to “brighten the day of commuters, who always seem so individualist. People lock themselves in their journals and do not mind what happens to others”.