CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Dozens of people not only braved the elements, but displayed their inner bravery Saturday when they took on a pants-free public appearance.
They all turned out for the second annual No Pants Light Rail Ride, also known as #CLTnoPants.
While partly for harmless fun and to “make Charlotte weird,” organizers say they do it for charity. Articles of clothing are donated to Warm Charlotte, which benefits the homeless.
The group met at the Scaleybrook station and took off for the EpiCentre, where they gathered for a post party.
The turnout was down from last year, likely because of chilly weather and rain.