The carnage continues: Drunken students join controversial pub crawl dressed as prostitutes

October 15, 2012 | by | 0 Comments

These were the debauched scenes as the Carnage UK student pub crawl took place in Nottingham – with female students dressed as prostitutes.

Britain’s most notorious student event saw hundreds of undergraduates swarm into the city centre in fancy dress under the theme ‘Pimps and Hoes’.

The pub crawl on Sunday night saw female students dressed in basques, fishnet tights, micro skirts and skimpy tops.

Two girls kiss on the Carnage pub crawl

Two girls kiss on the Carnage pub crawl

The girls sit down for chips

The girls sit down for chips

One snap captures a shoeless girl in a red mini-skirt being comforted by a police officer as she lies face down on the pavement.

Meanwhile another picture shows a petite blonde student wearing a pair of tiny black knickers exposing her buttocks while a lad leers over her.

Another image shows a man wearing a tutu shamelessly nuzzling his face into a girl student’s bosom while she leans against a wall wearing a pink wig and suspenders.

A group of rowdy girls revel in their prostitute outfits for the evening

A group of rowdy girls revel in their prostitute outfits for the evening

Three young girls with stockings and suspenders on show during the night

Three young girls with stockings and suspenders on show during the night

One young students is helped by a police officer after having too much to drink on the controversial pub crawl

One young students is helped by a police officer after having too much to drink on the controversial pub crawl

Two girls tuck into their chips after taking part in the Carnage event in Nottingham

Two girls tuck into their chips after taking part in the Carnage event in Nottingham

Carnage UK is staging events in 44 university town and cities over the next two months to welcome this year’s intake of freshers.

But the organisers have 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.

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