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Hugh Grant In the Rough at St. Andrews

Oct. 27 2008, Published 7:07 a.m. ET

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Hugh Grant's most famous bad decision may now be a distant memory, but the newly single star is revisiting his carousing ways. Early this week, he crashed a freshman party at St. Andrews University in Scotland and was photographed canoodling with a 20-year-old Norwegian named Caroline Hargreaves.

Grant split from socialite Jemima Khan earlier this year and was apparently feeling a tad nostalgic when he ventured to student bar Ma Bells after playing in the Dunhill celebrity golf tournament and picked up a bevy of young girls. Later in the evening, Grant was photographed with Hargreaves in a pile-up of seven young women. One of the ladies was unimpressed with Grant's performance, saying only: "He was lapping up the attention and he was quite drunk. It came across as a bit sleazy—sort of like his character Daniel Cleaver in the film Bridget Jones' Diary."

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Celebs like Michael Douglas, Samuel L. Jackson, and Chris O'Donnell regularly jet in for the Dunhill week, and the randy St. Andrews students have been known to vie for a brush with Hollywood in the local pubs.

All in good fun, but we're wondering if there's something in the water in the sleepy Scottish town that makes actors believe the "What Happens in Vegas..." rule applies there. After all, this is the same town where in 2004 Kevin Costner's name was bandied about after he allegedly requested a happy ending from a local masseuse.



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