Brits go sexy as Halloween revellers brave weather for drunken antics

British revellers braved the harsh weathers last night to provide themselves with a collection of drunken antics and Halloween festivities.

The sexy celebrations provided an overhaul of quality costumes, tough weather and intoxicated capers on streets across the United Kingdom

From pumpkin-clad party-goers to a series of angels and devils, there were more than a handful of costumes on display in the streets of Britain last night as revellers enjoyed a monster mash to ring in the Halloween weekend.

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Larger than life costumes were on full display last night, with some Brits choosing a sexy route, while others picked themselves a pumpkin or two for their big night out.

One group decided to don themselves in pumpkin clothing, with the popular Halloween squash providing an outing for plenty of revellers hoping to lap up the season's spooky spirit.

Plenty of light-hearted costumes took to the streets on a spooky pub crawl, but some decided to take a more bloody, terrifying route for their costumes.

Bloodied shirts and scary costumes showcased the very best of pop culture, with one reveller dressed up as Carrie from the acclaimed Stephen King novel.

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It appears they took on a look that replicated the Sissy Spacek adaptation of King's chilling novel, which also starred John Travolta.

But those hoping for a bit of Greased Lightning or pop-culture nods in the costumes up and down the UK were out of luck as many revellers took on petrifying party outfits befitting of the season of spooks.

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One party-goer dressed up as an eerie-looking clown, managing to convey all the chilling charms of Pennywisde and Joker in a colourful costume with Joaquin Phoenix-era Joker makeup.

Others took a classic, Halloween route of Devil horns and dark red dresses.

A big night for those on the festive drinks run as revellers took to the streets in their Halloween best, with pirates, prisoners and a whole host of other costumed classics spotted throughout the night.

Costume-clad Brits stormed the streets as weather channels reported blistering winds and cold temperatures with moderate splashes of rain poured onto party-goers during their night on the town.

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