• Sat. Mar 18th, 2023

Scantily-clad spring break revelers let out pent-up rage in boozy beach brawls

Spring break is quite literally in full swing.

University students across America have flocked to the state of Florida ready to release some rage after being cooped up for the past three years.

On Wednesday, booze-fuelled revelers were seen on the sands of a Fort Lauderdale beach brandishing boxing gloves and staging mock fights as other youngsters cheered them on.

Multiple men were seen punching each other before several scantily clad women also joined in the action, tackling and wrestling one another to the ground.

The wild scenes come just days after a viral TikTok video showed bikini-clad students “brawling” with one another on a beach after engaging in football drills.

Footage of the physical clashes proves pent-up college students are more than ready to release after the Covid pandemic forced spring break celebrations to be scaled back.

This year marks the first full-on festivities since 2019.

Elsewhere along the Fort Lauderdale shoreline, scores of students showed off their spring break bodies as they downed large amounts of alcohol in the sunshine.

Several liquor lovers were seen drinking from borgs while one wild man was seen sipping tequila straight from a bottle. Other thirsty party animals drank from beer bongs.

Meanwhile, many of the spring breakers’ outfits caught the attention of onlookers.

One flesh-flashing college student wore skimpy hot pants that boldly declared: “I’m a b–ch, just not yours.”

Another woman wore a crude cap emblazoned with the words “Drunk sl–t.”

Some spring break hot spots in Florida are prepared for the raucous college students, fearing that their behaviour will be bawdier than ever.

Residents in New Smyrna Beach, south of Daytona, recently revealed revelers ran amok in their area last year.

“Twenty years I’ve been here for spring break, and that was the first time that I’ve ever seen any serious issues,” Alice Muskey, owner of Treats on the Beach, told Fox 35.

Cops have implemented an 11pm curfew for teens 17 and younger, and revelers can expect a stronger police presence than in the past.

This article was originally published by the New York Post and reproduced with permission

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