Drunken girls at Cambridge University have evoked much criticism by enacting sex acts as members of a drinking society.
The students belonging to the Newnham Nuns society left Newnham College chiefs "horrified" as they were "snapped on their hands and knees using their mouths to roll condoms on bananas hanging from boys' trousers."
Other last year photographs also emerged, showing one proud learner holding jugs filled with his own vomit while two others frolicked with midgets sporting Oompa-Loompas costumed from the movie 'Charlie and the Chocolate Factory'.
More traditional booze society ceremonies were said to consist of guzzling a pint of water with a live goldfish, downing gin and port poured through a condom and staging a mass scuffle.
The National Union of Students revealed it "strongly encouraged" a ban on the "dangerous ceremonies".
"We aim to ensure students behave responsibly," the Sun quoted a University spokesman as saying.