These were the scenes of drunken depravity when hundreds of students descended on Birmingham city centre for the annual Carnage UK event.
Hordes of undergraduates hit the city’s Broad Street entertainment district for the boozy pub crawl – with many dressed as PLAYBOY bunnies.
Young men and women were also kitted out in official Carnage t-shirts for the event which gives them entry to bars and £1 discounted drinks.
Despite plummeting temperatures on Sunday night female students could be seen scantily dressed in micro skirts, tiny hot pants, skimpy tops, rabbit ears and tails.
One shocking image shows a girl with her head in her hands near an ambulance while another is seen being carried across a road by a concerned male friend.
Other drunken revellers can be seen flashing their bras while one worse-for-wear girl is pictured weeping hysterically in the back of a taxi.
Towards the end of the night one is seen being comforted outside Australian theme bar Walkabout while others gathered slumped outside kebab houses.
West Midlands Police confirmed they monitored the area into the early hours but no incidents were logged.
Similarly West Midlands Ambulance Service were in the area but paramedics didn’t have any call outs.
The Carnage UK events are run by Varsity Leisure Group, a multi-million-pound business that puts on hundreds of pub crawls throughout Britain.
Organisers have previously been criticised in the past for encouraging binge drinking and anti-social behaviour.
In 2009, 19-year-old student Philip Laing desecrated a poppy wreath in Sheffield and was later ordered to carry out 250 hours of community service and pay £185 cost after admitting outraging public decency.