Crisis asked their followers to rate a girl ‘Hot or Not’ on Instagram

They also filmed the same student with the caption ‘free lapdances’

The official Instagram account for Crisis asked followers to rate a girl dancing as "Hot or Not" in their story from this Wednesday.

The story, posted November 10th, also included a video of the same girl dancing with the caption "Free lap dances on hockey balcony".

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Whether or not this student was aware she was being filmed is unknown.

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To shed light on the context of these posts The Tab Nottingham got in contact with Carpe Noctum, who run Crisis. They said: "Our social media account is run by multiple staff members in order to keep up with the level of engagement we are fortunate enough to receive on all our social media channels.

"Staff are given training on what types of content are appropriate. We review each week's output at our weekly meetings for performance and standards. These two pieces fell just outside of what we have liked to have been showing and the team were informed of this. As this was a story and not a permanent post, no further action (e.g. deletion) was required.

"Running the social media marketing of the UK's Biggest Student Night and keeping it fun, humorous and appealing to our audience isn't easy. To keep us relevant we use student staff much like yourselves. This has tremendous benefits of keeping us in touch with our fantastic customers. It does have certain pitfalls, making sure content is right is one of them."

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