Glastonbury goes wild: Reveller struts into festival completely naked as temperatures soar

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A reveller has been spotted strutting around the campsite in nothing but her birthday suit, much to the delight of onlooking festival-goers.

Thousands of revellers have been arriving for the five-day bender at Glastonbury Festival today.

The music festival will see a whopping 200,000 people head for the site in Pilton Somerset.

Revellers have been warned of dangerously high temperatures at the Somerset festival.

Other body confident attendees are deciding to protect their modesty with nothing by duct tape.

The reveller went topless as she stepped out at Glasto covering her breasts with bright blue duct tape, which she placed to form crosses over her nipples.

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The Met Office has issued a ‘Level 2’ alert for the south-west, with temperatures set to top 30C over the coming three days.

For those spending their entire day outside in the sun and also consuming alcohol, this could be very dangerous.

Festival-goers have been advised to drink plenty of water, wear sunscreen and also dress in light clothing.

Revellers love to get their kit off in the balmy temperatures at Glasto.

It’s not the first time audiences have been wowed by nudity at the festival.

A feminist took to the stage in nothing but her birthday suit in 2017.

Festival founder Michael Eavis was joined by Rachel Rousham from the White Ribbon Alliance.

(Pic: Getty)

DARE TO BARE: The duct tape trend leaves little to the imagination (Pic: Getty)

Another daring bloke bared all and whipped out his member as Foo Fighters headlined under frontman Dave Grohl.

Glastonbury is renowned for wild antics – as Daily Star Online previously revealed.

We have seen glitter boobs – or “disco t*ts” as they are affectionately known – taking the Somerset music festival by storm.

RACY: One reveller can be seen flaunting the sexy glitter boob trend (Pic: Alamy)

As temperatures soar, lasses have been shedding the clothes, flaunting their assets and putting sparkly paint on their chests.

They then mix in multicoloured gems for added impact and some are even using nipple tassels to finish the look.

The trend is in-keeping with the festival’s long heritage of embracing expression.

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