Students strip to their underwear to get dip in the river after Posh end of year ball goes WILD

The hottest days of the year in Britain is here, so students decided to get naked and cooled down in the River Cam last night.

Posh Cambridge University Students descended on traditional 151st Trinity May Ball, ripped off their clothes to skinny dip in the river after a posh ball went crazy.which later spilled out into the streets.
Students strip off before diving into the river
The partying then continued until 6am this morning with drunken punt rides on the river and a champagne breakfast in the college gardens.

Posh Cambridge students strip off in raunchy rampage Students at posh Cambridge University love to let their hair down at the end of the academic year by glamming up and attending boozy balls. 

These students ended up on a nude rampage in the river Cam on their walk of shame the morning after
The largest college at Cambridge, which has spawned some 32 Nobel Prize Winners, Trinity is famed for its annual summer party.

Rivals Oxford University had their own messy fun earlier this month, after their exams they were doused in booze, confetti, foam and silly string.

Students watch Trinity May Ball fireworks from River Cam
Around 1,800 undergraduates dressed in lavish ball gowns and tuxedos for the extravagant end-of-term party.

They were handed bottles of water and parasols to cope with the heatwave.

The sold-out ball is the largest event of the Cambridge student social calendar.
Students take a raunchy frolic in the river the morning after
A student strips off to take a dip
Students frolic in the river after attending a May Ball
Some students queued for several hours to get into the party.

Guests were treated to a five-course meal served in Trinity Great Hall.

Then students could tuck in to oysters, a hog roast and a chocolate fountain, while drinks were served from a floating punt on the river.

They were then treated to entertainment from comedians as well as a casino and jazz tent.
Students make their way home after a long night out
Fireworks then lit up the skies around midnight.

The first one was held in 1838 when 38 students famously drank 47 bottles of champagne, 12 of sherry, six of Mosel, two of Claret, six quarts of ale and 16 servings of punch.
A student carries a young woman along the street after a long night
Organisers say on their website: “Following a triumphant 150th anniversary in 2016, the First and Third Trinity May Ball 2017 Committee have been hard at work setting up for what promises to be a night to remember.

“With the best acts, tastiest food and a very special champagne bar this year promises to be one of the best May Balls to date.”


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