No Pants SkyTrain Ride attracting more people than ever, despite being just plain silly
It may seem like a stunt only a narcissist or seriously forgetful person would do, but going pantless on the SkyTrain is now a thing for hundreds of people in Vancouver. "Honestly it's skyrocketed, the no pants event skyrocketed," said Larry Piché, who organizes the No Pants SkyTrain Ride
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Transit police have detained people riding outside of trains twice so far in December and the authority is pleading with the public to avoid the risky and illegal behaviour.
Most people won't think of the SkyTrain as the most romantic spot in Vancouver, but for some, cupids arrow hits them where they least expect it.
Starting today, all open transit fare gates at SkyTrain stations will be closed.
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To read the online commentary, one would think that President Trump just fundamentally corrupted the American character. You would think that the executive order on refugees he signed yesterday betrayed America’s Founding ideals. You might even think he ba