SEATTLE - Now that light rail is up and running, Seattle got a chance to take part in a national event dubbed the "No Pants Subway Ride."
Every year, the New York-based group "Improv Everywhere" asks people to ride light rail in their area with no pants on.
The goal is just to keep a straight face during your ride.
On Sunday, several people hopped out of their pants and onto a light rail train at Westlake Station.
By the way, it's OK to run around Seattle in your underwear. It's not considered indecent exposure.