Bras and Panties on Parade

Superheroes and Victoria's Secret muses dare to be (nearly) bare at Hot Undies Fun Run and booty-shaking after party


Hot Undies Run Aug 2015
Photo by Hicks Photography
Hot Undies Run Aug 2015
Photo by Hicks Photography
Hot Undies Run Aug 2015
Photo by Hicks Photography
Hot Undies Run Aug 2015
Photo by Hicks Photography
Hot Undies Run Aug 2015
Photo by Hicks Photography
Hot Undies Run Aug 2015
Photo by Hicks Photography
Hot Undies Run Aug 2015
Photo by Hicks Photography
Hot Undies Run Aug 2015
Photo by Hicks Photography
Hot Undies Run Aug 2015
Photo by Hicks Photography

The sixth annual Hot Undies Fun Run brought out some serious hotties for the skimpy skip through Rice Village.

The event raises funds for the Muscular Dystrophy Association and Undies for Everyone. In addition to admission fees, runners were invited to bring unopened packages of underwear as a donation in exchange for a free raffle ticket.

And, yes, as you can see, some did turn out in their bras and panties, while others dressed with more modesty. Tutus, T-shirts and swimming trunks were among the fashion choices.

Participants of all ages and sizes stripped down to their undies (or exercise togs) for the outrageous romp.

Just under two miles, the family-friendly course wound through tree-shaded streets.

The run started and finished, as it does each year, at the Gorgeous Gael pub where these hunks showed off their six packs and biceps.

(If you guys are single, contact Marcy de Luna at info@culturemap.com. You look like perfect specimens for our Most Eligible Bachelor feature.)

Participants received a few free beers and entry to the after party, which according to one report includes "people gawking, pumping music, a prize-laden raffle, and the famous costume/group dance off contest."

We're not sure what this is all about but it looks pretty scary.

"Panties on parade" could have been the theme of the event in which participants wore everything from seductive Victoria Secret lace to more modest cover-ups and bathing suits.

The outing is sponsored each year by the Fitness/Fun/Philanthropy or FFP Running Club. That group's next event is the Monster Dash Pub Run on Oct. 31.

More than one superhero joined the gentle run and wowed the crowd in capes and costumes, particularly this gent in green skivvies and yellow cape.

So many near-naked bodies, so little time to take them all in. But no one missed the booty-shaking during the dance-off after party.

A variety of folks helped put the fun in this fun run.

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