A WOMAN has been photographed appearing to URINATE in a bush during the wild debauchery surrounding the Melbourne Cup in Australia.
Photos show the woman sitting in the dirt with her pants pulled down while a shoeless pal stands next to her during the annual Oaks Day meet.
They emerged as thousands of Aussies took part in another boozy day celebrating the country's biggest horse racing event.
Photos taken at the race day show patrons passed out in the grass, kissing each other and stumbling shoeless throughout the spectator zone.
Yesterday it was reported three people were evicted for bad behaviour and two were arrested for drunkenness, while security guards removed four other intoxicated patrons.
Police arrested a woman for assaulting an anti-racing protester outside the ground and are searching for two other women linked to the assault.
Separately, a Manus Island activist was arrested for parking a car on the train tracks, while another two scaled a crane to hang a banner.
But it was the silly behaviour that really caught the eye, with racegoers body-slamming, rolling on the ground and giving each other piggy-backs.
Plenty of tired women ditched their heels, while a handful of men decided arm wrestles and fights were a good idea.
Other revellers held cans aloft as they celebrated their winning bets. But Kamahl Barhoush, of Ascot Vale, was forced to wear a wooden spoon hat that spelled out “Loser”.
And it wasn’t just those in general admission misbehaving, with international model Lara Stone spotted sitting on a packing crate wearing slides, with a cigarette and champagne in hand. Paris Jackson crouched in front of her, millinery discarded and her hair messily tied up.
Meanwhile, Aussie model Samantha Harris learning the hard way that a light silk dress with a high split on a gusty race day is a dangerous combination.
The serious partying started when Rekindling surged to victory after starting the race at $15 odds.
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