World Custard Pie Championships
Teams battled it out to be crowned champions in the World Custard Pie Championships in Kent at the weekend.
Sixteen teams of four donned in weird and wacky costumes for a series of 30-second bouts at the Stile Bridge Pub in Coxheath.
Despite the name of the competition, no custard was actually involved, with 'pies' made from a mixture of flour and water.
Local favourites Pie Of The Tiger emerged victorious, beating Tutu Fruity in the final.
The custard pie championships were created by the former mayor of Maidstone, Mike FitzGerald, in 1967 before being disbanded in the late 1980s and resurrected in 2007.
Judges award six points for a direct pie hit to the face, three for a near-miss on the shoulders and one point for any other body part.
Points are deducted for consecutive misses, while up to five bonus points are up for grabs for the most amusing throwing techniques
Celebrities Rory McGrath and Will Mellor also participated as part of a new Channel 5 show.