London, Nov 21 : A Cambridge University magazine, which has a circulation of 5,000, features a page three image of a topless female student. The anonymous student, from Homerton College, was snapped in a black lacy thong and stockings straddling one of the city's historic bridges.
The page three photoshoot was done on Clare College bridge, which goes over the River Cam and is visited by thousands of tourists each year.
The girl agreed to pose for Vivid Magazine's latest edition, which is published by a group of students once a term, reports the Telegraph.
The mag also has a website and features a video of women sitting in a changing room and then playing football.
It is the first time a student has appeared topless in a University publication -and has also caused an outcry.
One student from King's College said: "I can't believe she agreed to pose for the magazine. Everyone has been talking about it. I'm sure she must really regret it now."
Another student, from Clare College, who did not want to be named, added: "Lots of students and professors have seen this. It's a very risky thing to do when you are studying at one of the top universities in the country."
The magazine is distributed to all the university colleges. It has featured "page three" girls before but none have been as explicit. The magazine is largely constituted of comment pieces of a political and satirical nature.