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Leeds Festival-Goers Prove They're Not The Best At Cleaning Up After Themselves

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Revelers brought the Leeds Festival to a fiery close Monday after many campers set their tents alight, putting other festival-goers at risk and creating a nightmare cleanup for organisers.

In a post-apocalyptic scene at Bramham Park after three days at Leeds event, most abandoned their tents as well as deck chairs, airbeds and litter. Others opted to set fire to their tents or simply smash them up.

All campers were expected to have left the Leeds site by 12pm, after which the huge clean up operation got into full swing.

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    Festival goers start to leave Bramham Park today after three days at Leeds Festival. Most abandoned their tents as well as deck chairs, airbeds and litter. Others opted to set fire to their tents or smash them up. All campers are expected to have left the site by 12pm after which a huge clean up operation will begin
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    Festival goers start to leave Bramham Park today after three days at Leeds Festival. Most abandoned their tents as well as deck chairs, airbeds and litter. Others opted to set fire to their tents or smash them up. All campers are expected to have left the site by 12pm after which a huge clean up operation will begin
  • SWNS
    Festival goers start to leave Bramham Park today after three days at Leeds Festival. Most abandoned their tents as well as deck chairs, airbeds and litter. Others opted to set fire to their tents or smash them up. All campers are expected to have left the site by 12pm after which a huge clean up operation will begin
  • SWNS
    Festival goers start to leave Bramham Park today after three days at Leeds Festival. Most abandoned their tents as well as deck chairs, airbeds and litter. Others opted to set fire to their tents or smash them up. All campers are expected to have left the site by 12pm after which a huge clean up operation will begin
  • SWNS
    Festival goers start to leave Bramham Park today after three days at Leeds Festival. Most abandoned their tents as well as deck chairs, airbeds and litter. Others opted to set fire to their tents or smash them up. All campers are expected to have left the site by 12pm after which a huge clean up operation will begin
  • SWNS
    Festival goers start to leave Bramham Park today after three days at Leeds Festival. Most abandoned their tents as well as deck chairs, airbeds and litter. Others opted to set fire to their tents or smash them up. All campers are expected to have left the site by 12pm after which a huge clean up operation will begin
  • SWNS
    Festival goers start to leave Bramham Park today after three days at Leeds Festival. Most abandoned their tents as well as deck chairs, airbeds and litter. Others opted to set fire to their tents or smash them up. All campers are expected to have left the site by 12pm after which a huge clean up operation will begin
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    Lads throw their camping gear into a nearby tree rather than taking it home with them
  • SWNS
    Festival goers start to leave Bramham Park today after three days at Leeds Festival. Most abandoned their tents as well as deck chairs, airbeds and litter. Others opted to set fire to their tents or smash them up. All campers are expected to have left the site by 12pm after which a huge clean up operation will begin
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    Huge queues form for coaches as festival goers start to leave Bramham Park today after three days at Leeds Festival. Most abandoned their tents as well as deck chairs, airbeds and litter. Others opted to set fire to their tents or smash them up. All campers are expected to have left the site by 12pm after which a huge clean up operation will begin
  • SWNS
    Huge queues form for coaches as festival goers start to leave Bramham Park today after three days at Leeds Festival. Most abandoned their tents as well as deck chairs, airbeds and litter. Others opted to set fire to their tents or smash them up. All campers are expected to have left the site by 12pm after which a huge clean up operation will begin
  • SWNS
    Festival goers start to leave Bramham Park today after three days at Leeds Festival. Most abandoned their tents as well as deck chairs, airbeds and litter. Others opted to set fire to their tents or smash them up. All campers are expected to have left the site by 12pm after which a huge clean up operation will begin
  • SWNS
    Festival goers start to leave Bramham Park today after three days at Leeds Festival. Most abandoned their tents as well as deck chairs, airbeds and litter. Others opted to set fire to their tents or smash them up. All campers are expected to have left the site by 12pm after which a huge clean up operation will begin
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  • SWNS
  • SWNS
    Festival goers start to leave Bramham Park today after three days at Leeds Festival. Most abandoned their tents as well as deck chairs, airbeds and litter. Others opted to set fire to their tents or smash them up. All campers are expected to have left the site by 12pm after which a huge clean up operation will begin
  • SWNS
    Festival goers start to leave Bramham Park today after three days at Leeds Festival. Most abandoned their tents as well as deck chairs, airbeds and litter. Others opted to set fire to their tents or smash them up. All campers are expected to have left the site by 12pm after which a huge clean up operation will begin
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    Leeds Station is transformed into a temporary campsite as muddy Leeds Festival goers sit around waiting for trains after the three day event at Bramham Park
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    Leeds Station is transformed into a temporary campsite as muddy Leeds Festival goers sit around waiting for trains after the three day event at Bramham Park
  • SWNS
    Leeds Station is transformed into a temporary campsite as muddy Leeds Festival goers sit around waiting for trains after the three day event at Bramham Park
  • SWNS
    Leeds Station is transformed into a temporary campsite as muddy Leeds Festival goers sit around waiting for trains after the three day event at Bramham Park
  • SWNS
    Leeds Station is transformed into a temporary campsite as muddy Leeds Festival goers sit around waiting for trains after the three day event at Bramham Park
  • SWNS
    Leeds Station is transformed into a temporary campsite as muddy Leeds Festival goers sit around waiting for trains after the three day event at Bramham Park
  • SWNS
    Leeds Station is transformed into a temporary campsite as muddy Leeds Festival goers sit around waiting for trains after the three day event at Bramham Park
  • SWNS
    Leeds Station is transformed into a temporary campsite as muddy Leeds Festival goers sit around waiting for trains after the three day event at Bramham Park
  • SWNS
    Leeds Station is transformed into a temporary campsite as muddy Leeds Festival goers sit around waiting for trains after the three day event at Bramham Park

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