The annual “No Trousers Tube Ride” has been celebrated in London with Hundreds of Londoners dressed without their lower garments.

The As the name implies, the event does not require anyone to dress with his or her lower garment on; rather, they are required to dress without lower garments for ladies, and without  trousers for men.

According to Evening Standard news, as the event commenced on Sunday at Chinatown, people were noticed arriving in full clothing before following the signal to strip off and take to the Tube stations.

Participants were split into groups, travelling around town in an effort to help people banish their January blues.

They later returned to O’Neils in Soho for an after-party.

While the event was on, it was recorded by a reliable source that, this year’s event attracted interesting moments as some participants expressed their joy by posting a group dance with others at Waterloo station.

The capital’s No Trousers Tube Ride, has since spread to more than 60 cities around the globe, including Berlin, Lisbon and Toronto,  originates from the “No Pants Subway Ride”, which began as a small prank in New York in 2002.

The As the name implies, the event does not require anyone to dress with his or her lower garment on, rather, they are required to dress without lower garments for ladies and trousers for men.

As the event started on Sunday at Chinatown, people were noticed arriving in full clothing before following the signal to strip off and take to the Tube stations.

Some highlights of the event was the moment that participants were split into groups, travelling around town in an effort to help people banish their January blues.

On the long run, to make the moment more interesting, they later returned to O’Neils in Soho for an after-party.

While the event was on, Evening Standard also reported that, this year’s event attracted interesting moments as some participants expressed their joy by posting a group dance with others at Waterloo station.

The capital’s No Trousers Tube Ride, has since spread to more than 60 cities around the globe, including Berlin, Lisbon and Toronto,  originates from the “No Pants Subway Ride”, which began as a small prank in New York in 2002.