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Thousands of Cambridge University students join in 'Caesarian Sunday' booze up by downing wine, climbing lampposts and playing games - but one is led away on a stretcher Traditional wrestling bout has been banned but students use occasion to drink Revellers took part in wheelbarrow races, while others took part in a slip'n'slide
Thousands of Cambridge University students made the most of the bank holiday weekend yesterday as they enjoyed 'Caesarian Sunday' fancy-dress drink-up on the college green.
The annual summer party is a tradition originating from more than 80 years ago when the Caesareans - the Jesus College drinking society - made the short walk to the greens to wrestle the Girton 'Green Monsters' in what became an annual fight.
The wrestling bout has since been banned but students have instead turned it into a drinking event - playing games with drinking funnels and climbing lampposts.
Revellers took part in wheelbarrow races, while others