ELITE students at prestigious Cambridge University bared their breasts and bums at their annual May Ball event, The Sun reports.
Many of the female undergraduates dressed in their underwear or went topless at the King’s College ball, which saw 1,500 partying the night away.
Unlike the other May Balls where students wear black ties and ball gowns, the King’s Affair sees guests don fancy dress, with this year’s theme being Music of the Spheres.
Students entered into the space spirit with plenty of glitter, body paints and risque outfits.
Other female students wore bikinis, underwear and bondage-style outfits, which showed off their legs and bums. Many male students were dressed in drag with skirts, wigs and fishnet stockings or long-flowing dresses.
Tickets for the sell-out ball cost £70 and the headliner was Mr Scruff, who played a three-hour set.
“Brave the infernal depths of the sweaty techno hellhole that is the Bunker and lounge in beatific bliss in the empyrean acoustics of the Chapel.”
King’s College alumni include model Lily Cole, poet Rupert Brooke, comedian David Baddiel and novelist E.M. Forster.
Their party came as the Sun revealed Oxford University students attending drug-fuelled orgies in a remote field at an annual party organised by the Piers Gaveston Society.
Some watched live sex shows and “virgins” being groped on stage, while others bought bags of cocaine and ecstasy from local dealers at a “drugs bar”.