Politicians were compared to rowdy freshers because of the disgusting mess they leave around the place.
They will be spoken to by Commons staff and told to do a better job tidying up afterthemselves, the Sunday Times reported.
A source told the paper: "It’s the type of behaviour you would expect from students enjoying freshers’ week, not MPs and their staff.
"Cleaners are being confronted with vomit and used condoms in offices used by MPs and their staff."
Most MPs share offices with their researchers and admin assistants.
Those who work in Parliament face being asked to sign up to a code of conduct promising not to misuse the premises.
The Commons drinking culture has come under scrutiny in the wake of the "Pestminster" scandal last year.
Parliament hosts several cut-price bars and restaurants where MPs and their staff can often be seen drinking late into the night.
One bar was temporarily shut last year after two workers had a massive fight.
The authorities have since tried to crack down on drunken behaviour inside Parliament.
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