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Durham University has condemned sexist and offensive comments on social media apparently made by incoming students. It said it was investigating the "utterly abhorrent" posts. Pro-Vice-Chancellor Jeremy Cook said, if they were found to be "genuine and attributable", those responsible would have "no place at Durham University". Student Lydia Gibson, who highlighted the posts via the Overheard at Durham Uni Facebook , said they were unacceptable and not "just lad banter".
The group chat messages discuss sex, drugs and concerns about being accused of rape. One poster says he will sleep with "a different bird every night for a bed". One comment refers to "posh l" competing to sleep with the poorest girl. Ms Gibson said copies of the posts had been shared by a member of the group who "maybe wanted to warn his fellow female students". Mr Cook said the university "utterly condemns the content and behaviour demonstrated in these social media posts".
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