London: In a shocking incident which comes with an unexpected culture shock, a students re-union conducted by University of Hull's nightclub has come under fire for organising an event where young girls simulated 'sex' on stage.
According to a news report published by MailOnline, the 'sex show' has caused a major fury on Tuesday. Allegedly, the girls were lured to take part in the show with the promise of a free holiday to Croatia.
As per the report, contestants simulated sex on stage, swapped clothes, stripped and got into sexual positions after being given free alcohol.
Footage taken at the University of Hull's nightclub shows one of the young women in tears as the crowd yelled 'slags' and the host encouraged people to 'queue up' to 'f***' one contestant, the report added.
“It made me feel completely embarrassed to be a student at the University of Hull' and claimed Union staff were also on stage encouraging the behaviour,” MailOnline quoted a woman as saying who was present during the show.
Meanwhile, anti-sexual violence group Rape Crisis have branded the event as 'exploitative' and 'degrading' to young women.