OXFORD University students show bare-faced cheek as they hold their annual boozy blowout in an aristocrats’ village.
This time the Piers Gaveston Society party was in a field next to the mansions of a marquess and two baronets.
Members in lingerie and fetishwear were bussed in secret to the £120 event in Wilcote, near the Cotswolds, on Wednesday night.
One party-goer said: “There was unlimited booze and an oriental-style harem tent.
“It was a bit of a sight inside.”
This year the society offered discounted tickets so “poorer” students could afford the high jinks.
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Students, who are banned from taking cameras or phones, had to tall all their belongings in clear plastic bags so they could be searched by security.
For the first time it is understood organisers offered discounted tickets to help ‘poor’ students attend in a bid to crush the society’s elitist reputation.
The bash, in quiet Wilcote, Oxfordshire, took place despite being slammed by University bosses in recent years after The Sun exposed unlimited drugs and virgin-whipping on stage.
History of Gaveston
THE Piers Gaveston Society was formed in 1977 and named after an purported lover of Edward II.
It is a traditionally men-only dining club, usually ex-public schoolboys, and has 12 full-time members.
Actor Hugh Grant was once a member, while Nigella Lawson and Ian Hislop have attended the summer ball — the centrepiece of its social calendar.
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