A university rugby team has been suspended from fixtures until further notice after a player vomited on a bus.
Passengers got off the 94 Cheltenham to Gloucester service when the student was sick after drinking.
Paul Drake of the University of Gloucestershire said a small minority had "let down themselves, their fellow students and the University".
He said a full inquiry into the incident, which took place after an initiation ceremony, would take place.
Mr Drake added: "The University has discussed the matter with the Students' Union and it has been agreed to withdraw the rugby club from all fixtures and associated activities pending a full investigation into their conduct."
James Durant, president of the Students' Union, said: "Despite continual warnings, a very small number of our students continue to act in inappropriate ways."
In October video footage emerged showing students from the same university involved in an induction ritual, presided over by a figure wearing a Nazi-style uniform.