Thousands of boozed-up Brits spilled onto the streets to celebrate Easter as temperatures soared on the weekend.
Revellers were seen partying across the country as they flocked to bars, clubs and pubs to celebrate the special holiday.
On Easter Sunday, Brits were pictured in glamorous get-ups as they donned bunny ears, face paint and matching outfits across Leeds, Newcastle and other major cities.
Clubbers desperately tried to soak up the alcohol, with people seen scoffing entire boxes of pizzas to themselves, while others were pictured with the police by Greggs.
Some clubbers took dress-up to the next level, as they flaunted risqué costumes, which featured black leather hot pants and handcuffs.
Meanwhile, police were spotted in some parts of the country as they kept an eye on drunken Brits who participated in a three-day bender.
It comes as Brits stepped out to mark the first Easter without Covid restrictions for three years.
In the first bank holiday since New Years, during which Covid cases soared, unshackled youths were keen to mark the first Easter without lockdown since 2019.
Just 24 days before Good Friday 2020, Boris Johnson had thrust the nation into lockdown.
And it wouldn’t be until February this year that the Prime Minister announced the lifting of all measures.
Revellers went wild as they stumbled onto pavements following a booze-fuelled day of events.
Brits definitely made the most of the summer-like weather which saw temperatures sizzle on the weekend.
Manchester experienced highs of 21C on Sunday, whilst Londoners basked in 20C and Cardiff enjoyed 19C.
The capital’s 23.4C heat in St James’s Park marked the hottest day of the year so far. It beat the previous record of 20.8C on March 25 in Cornwall.