Shocking aftermath of the Deniliquin Ute Muster
IF YOU thought the wash up from music festivals were bad, you probably haven't seen the aftermath of the The Deniliquin Ute Muster.
Mullets were a fashion staple and one woman opted to wear a "Titties, beer and fishing" T-shirt - but that wasn't even the worst of it.
Some people drank from motorised beer bongs and a man, with an amputated limb, removed his prosthetic leg to skull a drink from it at the event.
Aussie singer Shannon Noll was there to belt out a few songs as partygoers kicked into the night by camping on the grounds.
The festival is held in Deniliquin in the Riverina region of NSW, which sits on the border of Victoria.
Only about 8000 people live in the town - many look forward to the annual event of the year.
Among other shocking photos, a man dived naked into wet mud and another held up a sign, which said "Show us ya tits."
"Shoeys", bull riders and fireworks were some way people celebrated the evening and as families disappeared to call it a night, many showed off their favourite tattoos by going topless.
Deniliquin has been hosting the festival since 1999, when the area was struggling due to drought.