Students set new world record by drinking 5,000 Jagerbombs in ONE NIGHT

January 29, 2014 | by | 0 Comments

A nightclub was branded ‘irresponsible’ yesterday after 800 students set a new world record by drinking 5,000 Jagerbombs – in ONE night.

The massive group of graduates downed the drinks at a special J?ger Rocks event Brewery Tavern in Cantebury, Kent.

The 800 students consumed a whopping SIX Jagerbombs each – which equate to more than 18 units per person.

A tweet from the nightclub after students drank thousands of Jagerbombs

A tweet from the nightclub after students drank thousands of Jagerbombs

The night was organised by Students Republic and tweeted the results.

They said: ‘”News just in: you guys drank a record 4764 J?gerbombs at last Thursday’s J?ger Rocks #cheeky.”

But their boozy boast was met with mixed reviews.

One third year psychology scholar told student newspaper The Tab: “It’s always a mental night, but it was better than ever.

“The J?ger just did not stop flowing”.

Another claimed: “It wouldn’t even be over 4,000 if it wasn’t for me and my mates.”

But one student, who asked not to be named, slammed the event.

She said: “At the time I thought it was great – cheap drinks are always welcome to a poor student.

“But I ended up drinking so many that I had heart palpitations and I was sick.

“When a bottle of water is more expensive than a shot of booze, it’s no wonder that students like me get too drunk.

“It was irresponsible, really.”

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