Bill Murray partied all night with foreign students in Scotland - and then did their washing up for them.The 'Lost In Translation' actor met the scholars while hitting the bars and clubs in the town of St. Andrews while playing in the Alfred Dunhill Links golf championship earlier this month.One of the students, Lykke Stavnef - who is 22 and from Norway - told Britain's Sunday Telegraph newspaper: "Nobody could believe it when I arrived at the house party with Bill Murray."He was just like the character in 'Lost in Translation'."However, when then drink-fuelled revellers got home to carry on drinking they realised they didn't have any clean glasses, so Bill started washing up.Another reveller, Tom Wright, 22, added: "The party was overflowing with stunning Scandinavian blondes."He seemed to be in his element, cracking lots of jokes. It was the talk of the town the next day."

Bill recently revealed he pretends he is retired so directors and fans leave him alone.

The 55-year-old star says he was inspired to lie about his work status by rapper Jay-Z, who although claims he is 'retired' is still performing and recording new tracks.

He explained: "If you say you're retired, people don't bother you so much, and then if you want to do something, you can do it."

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