Raucous students drink, dance and vomit in the street during Freshers' Week in ...

Raucous students drink, dance and vomit in the street during Freshers' Week in ...
Raucous students drink, dance and vomit in the street during Freshers' Week in ...
Woken up with a sore head? Freshers' Week carnage across Leeds and Birmingham as raucous students drink, dance...and then vomit in the street Madcap antics unfolded last night as students celebrated their return to Uni after more than 18 months Booze-fuelled partygoers mixed and mingled in the streets, despite steep rise in UK Covid cases  Clubbing proved too much for some - as police rescued drunk and passed-out students lying on pavements Freshers' Week kicked off on Sunday for most universities and continues until Sunday, September 26

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Boozy students swarmed to the streets of Leeds and Birmingham last night to indulge in a night of tipsy fun as Freshers' Week continued.

Heaving clubbing proved too much for some young people, whose drinking and dancing was followed by vomiting in the street.

Some even lay down on pavements before they were helped by police, who checked to see if they well enough to make their own way home. 

Giggling girls were spotted in Leeds city centre linking their arms and can-can dancing - sharing their good cheer with other revellers

Giggling girls were spotted in Leeds city centre linking their arms and can-can dancing - sharing their good cheer with other revellers

'What's the big deal?': Leeds University freshers flaunt their fashionable halter neck tops on Wednesday night

'What's the big deal?': Leeds University freshers flaunt their fashionable halter neck tops on Wednesday night

One bold student proudly takes a swig out of a bottle in the street as her friends look on

One bold student proudly takes a swig out of a bottle in the street as her friends look on

Two friends show off the latest summer styles while out clubbing in Leeds on Wednesday night

Fun and friendship is still the name of the game in Leeds as students broke out in cahoots of laughter on Wednesday night

Others managed to keep up the fun, as giggling girls were spotted in Leeds city centre linking their arms and can-can dancing - sharing their cheer with other revellers. 

A few students piggy-backed their way through the street, while their fellow learners clung to each other for dear life as they made their way home.

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