When two unidentified women walked into an Arizona State University party last week, they didn't leave anything to the imagination.
Now photos of their bare backsides are making national headlines.
On campus Sunday it was hard to find anyone who hadn't heard about the scandalous soiree.
"I just saw it on Twitter," said ASU sophomore Alex Allard.
"My boyfriend was talking to me and said, 'Did you hear what happened?' And I was like, 'No. What are you talking about?' And he sent me the link. He's from a college in California," said ASU student Lara Semkiw.
Sources say the party was hosted by 19-year-old Andrew Raad. According to posts on his Facebook page, the girls were strippers and they were hired for a party.
According to folks in attendance, the bash was thrown last week at a house off campus near Rural and Alameda roads.
Although ASU is known for its party school reputation, many students we talked to weren't amused.
"It made me embarrassed to be a student at ASU as a girl," said ASU sophomore Sydney Shackel.
"I just think it's kind of unsafe especially with alcohol and stuff like that at the party," said Allard.
ASU junior Evontay Watson admitted the photos were extreme but told CBS 5 he didn't see anything wrong with it.
"I would say it's just college students having fun," said Watson.
CBS 5 reached out to Arizona State University for comment. Our phone call was not returned.
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