LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Authorities dispersed a rowdy crowd of students in their underwear at UCLA during the annual "Undie Run" early Thursday morning.
Authorities responded to the scene around 1 a.m. A rowdy crowd had formed from a large group of people that came to watch the run.
UCLA campus police and Los Angeles police officers dispersed the crowd consisting of nearly 8,000 runners and several hundred spectators. A few of the participants jumped on a cop car, but no arrests were made.
The Undie Run was started in 2002 and involves students running in their underwear around the time of final exams.
City News Service contributed to this report.
Police disperse rowdy crowd during UCLA 'Undie Run'
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