Photos from SantaCon: The sloppy Christmas tradition returns to New York

Thousands of booze-filled Santas in all shapes and sizes crowded the streets of New York City at 9 am on Sunday for the return of this raucous Christmas tradition.

Now in its 25th year, SantaCon is an annual pub crawl that takes place in Manhattan to raise money for local charities, but the event is famous for its debauchery and ​​loutishness.

The event, which was cancelled last year due to COVID-19, has been heavily criticised by locals in the past as inebriated participants dressed as Santas, elves, and snowmen descend on the streets of New York City.

Organisers describe SantaCon as: “a ​​charitable, non-political, nonsensical Santa Claus convention that happens once a

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