Brits go wild on Halloween night out and brave chill in scary skimpy costumes

Boozy Halloween babes covered in fake blood descended on Brit streets for last night's annual fright fest.

Despite the nip in the air, naughty angels, cheeky devils, sinful nuns and Playboy bunnies ramped up the heat by showcasing their curves in skimpy, skintight and PVC costumes.

DC superhero inspired harlequin costumes were a hot-fav as were blood-splattered sexy nurses.

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Ripped, barely there blood-spattered white t-shirts and kinky bunny outfits proved to be popular here.

Meanwhile a troop of Leeds lasses went wild for the "builder babe" look and some of the blokes opted for Chucky dolls and Peaky Blinder inspired gangster getups.

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Thousands of young party-animals and Halloween honeys in Portsmouth, Leeds, Birmingham and Newcastle were also snapped out in force in spooky ensembles.

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As per tradition cops were present to offer a helping hand, with dozens of revellers ending up trollied and slumped at the side of the road.

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In Birmingham a street brawl broke out with cops having to hold people back from trading blows youngsters were pictured treated by paramedics.

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Concerned anti-social behaviours calls went up an average of six per cent last year during the Autumn festivities.

Superintendent Tania Coulson, leading the Autumn Nights operation, said: "We are here to ensure young people enjoy the festivities but remain safe in doing so.

"Our operations are not aimed at ruining the fun of this time of year but are in place to ensure those who are intent on committing crime and anti-social behaviour are dealt with accordingly.”

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