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Naked man on Cumbria bridge was 'likely' #neknomination stunt

Cumbria Police were called to reports of a ‘naked person’ standing on a bridge in Carlisle.

The man was reportedly drinking on the bridge over Castle Way, near the Millennium Gallery, while wearing nothing.

Officers were investigating but a spokesman for Cumbria Police said it was likely that the man was taking part in a #neknomination – the latest drinking craze to sweep the UK.

Participants down a drink in one go while filming themselves doing something weird, outrageous or dangerous.

Police have already warned people against participating, claiming it could risk lives.

Have your say

We are you giving these idiots the oxygen of publicity? You're even buying into it by using a Twitter hashtag. Utterly irresponsible.

Posted by Dave W on 29 January 2014 at 14:10

Police have warned that this could risk lives - so what is the Evening Mails responce? - they give a 6 picture spread of publicity to the next person they can find doing it! - Well done evening mail, that is really doing your bit to end this latest craze..

Posted by Bruce on 29 January 2014 at 13:14

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