Britain’s most famous horse race, the annual Grand National at Aintree Racecourse in Liverpool, England, has been a British sporting institution since 1839.
The second day of the 3-day racing festival is Ladies’ Day, when thousands of British women put on a fashion display in their finest frocks and hats, as the alcohol flows.
Below are some pics of the women, dressed like sluts and falling drunk, at this year’s Ladies’ Day on April 11, 2017 (source: Return of Kings).
In 2015, Grand National tried to contain Ladies’ Day’s negative image by banning photographers from taking pictures of drunk and badly-dressed women. (Daily Mail)
Clearly, the ban failed.
Isn’t women’s liberation grand?