The Sunday rail commuters in Seattle showed a little leg.
Passengers pulled down their pants as part of the "no-pants light rail ride" put on by Emerald City Improv.
Regular riders who didn't receive the viral e-vite were shocked and a little concerned.
"We were thinking they were going to take the rest of their clothes off."
The no pants day prank also took place across the country including new york city and San Francisco.
Started in 2002, the phenomenon has spread worldwide.
Shaking and swaying, and a rush to get out of harm's way during an earthquake in California.
The scene, caught on surveillance tape inside a store.
The 6.5-magnitude quake hit near Eureka, California Saturday.
There were no serious injuries.
And only minor damage was reported.
Lack of electricity seemed to be the biggest problem, but it has now been restored.
And you've heard of a jury of your peers, but what about a jury of pets?
In Boston, Sal the Cat received a jury summons and as of now, the jury commissioner is not excusing him from appearing.
Sal's owners believe he was picked after they listed him as Sal Esposito, cat on their latest census form.
If the issue isn't resolved, guess that means Sal must show up for service on March 23rd.
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