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Pants to Poverty Crams 60 People Into a Pair of Briefs for Guinness World Records Day

Posted By Mark Boyer On November 19, 2011 @ 12:47 pm In Eco Textiles | No Comments

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How can an underwear company raise awareness about world poverty? Cramming a bunch of half-dressed people into an oversize pair of purple underpants in the streets of London seems like a pretty good way to draw attention to just about any cause. To celebrate Guinness World Records Day [2], 60 participants managed to fit themselves into one pair of briefs to break the record for “Most People Gathered in a Single Pair of Pants.” Pants to Poverty [3], the fair trade label behind the stunt, hopes it will help raise awareness about ethical working conditions in the fashion industry.

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