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Looks like New Year's Eve in the UK was yet another mass BNO - with many party people left looking a little worse for wear as they spilled out of pubs and clubs in some of the city's major cities.
But earlier in the evening, revellers in Nottingham were given a different kind of spectacle - one that thankfully wasn't quite so sick-splattered, but more Groundhog Day.
Passers-by outside Chemistry bar in the city centre spotted a group of fashion-conscious blokes out for some bevs to welcome in the new year - who all clearly did get the memo that it was grey jeans and black tops on the agenda that night. Oh, and no socks, naturally.
The six young men were photographed at 9pm on Monday night, as they all looked IDENTICAL.
But it shouldn't come as a massive surprise, apparently, as Topman's buying director, Rachel Morgans, says grey jeans are merely part of the latest fashion for 90s denim.
She said: "Classic grey wash jeans are back across a range of fits. The [wash] lends these designs an authentic, vintage feel."
Elsewhere across the country, things didn't seem quite so orderly.
In a tweet from Greater Manchester Police, they said that the city's annual fireworks display had actually gone fairly smoothly, except for one person who just couldn't quite contain his excitement.
Inspector Middleton wrote: "The Albert Square fireworks was very popular only 1 person there didn't behave (arrested after exposing his penis)."
One Twitter user joked: "Not a good idea to do that when fireworks are about especially sparklers."
West Midlands Police also said on their social media sites that it was one of the busiest nights of the year with more than 1,000 calls in just a few hours.
They tweeted: "@WMPContact have dealt with 1,376 emergency calls between midnight and 5.30am. As a comparison the day before we dealt with 1870 calls for an entire 24hr period. Busy night for all concerned who've done a sterling job."
But there were some people restoring our faith in humanity - thanks to the hundreds of young muslims who got up before the sun rose to clean up the streets after all the New Year antics.
The young people from Ahmadiyya Muslin Youth Assocation (AMYA) donned their hi-vis jackets and held a special prayer, before heading out onto the streets to clean up rubbish, filling hundreds of bin bags with all the rubbish from the night before.
British Ahmadiyya Imam Qamar Zafar said: "From Luton to London, Glasgow to Guilford, Cardiff to Croydon, across the entire country 1,000 members of AMYA participated in the New Year's Day clean up.
"Islam urges every Muslim to partake in charitable giving, community service, and promote cleanliness. '
"MYA has and continues to instill young people with a sense of civic responsibility, and a desire to promote harmony within our local communities."
Nice one, LADs!
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