Boozy Brits have been flocking into towns and cities for a third night in a row as the Bank Holiday weekend partying continued.
Excited punters hit bars and clubs across the country to make the most of the three day weekend.
Drunk revellers lined the streets of Leeds, Newcastle and Soho enjoying the fact that they didn't have to worry about work on Monday.
Police were seen talking to a group of girls who laughed and ginned as they clutched on to their inflatable palm trees and joked with officers.
People visiting the pub looked to be having the time of their lives, but some unfortunately took it too far.
Crowds congregated in popular spots all over England.
Hundreds of dressed up punters were photographed in Leeds and Newcastle.
Two drunk girls were pictured being picked up by a security guard after they had tipped and fell to the pavement, The Sun reported.
A girl was spotted taking a nap on a wall as her friend wait by her side until she woke up.
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One drunk lad had to be carried by two of his friends as they slowly made their way home after cutting their boozy night short.
Police were holding patrols across Soho to make sure everything ran smoothly.
The boozy weekend comes as temperatures once again soared to highs of 25C, officially making Britain warmer than Crete.
Weather forecasters have claimed that it has been one of the warmest summers in the UK ever.
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Met Office spokesman Grahame Madge said: "It will be a largely fine and settled weekend.
"There's very little – if any – rain in the forecast."
Officials at the weather service say it'll cool next week – prompting many to head out this weekend to make the most of it.
It comes after Europe saw its hottest year on record and the UK saw a record number of tropical nights in 2020.
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Experts have warned climate change will make temperatures too hot to enjoy, due to the rising number of "tropical nights" – where mercury fails to fall below 20C.
Some areas in Europe saw the average annual temperatures almost three degrees above previous years, and the UK recorded its third-hottest year ever in 2020.
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