College students invaded Florida’s beaches on spring break – brawling with each other in front of the Frat Brothers in booze-soaked boxing matches.
Groups of bikini-clad girls and cynical boys flocked to the beach where they sunbathed, partyed, and even staged their own mock fighting competitions.
The cheerful students, celebrating the end of another term, were seen gathering in circles as two people took turns jumping on each other and fighting while the crowd around them jeered and shouted.
Some of the women on spring break also got involved in the mayhem—falling over and getting dirty in the sand of Fort Lauderdale as they brawled and being tackled during football practices.
Taunting boys stood in circles as bikini-clad women took turns grappling with and mocking each other in a one-on-one beach fight in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
Crowds of jeers surrounded two women when they leapt forward and attacked each other on spring break
Students in bikinis flock to the beach to enjoy the warm weather on spring break
The girls made their way to Daytona Beach, Florida, for spring break by the ocean
Strike a pose! Many girls took selfies and pictures… that are supposed to make their non-holiday friends jealous on social media
Two cheerful students – Celebrating the end of another semester, they took turns jumping on each other and fighting while the crowd around them jeered and shouted
The gloves were worn by students in South Beach, Florida, who staged their own boxing matches
The other brothers take turns hitting each other on the coast, and tackle their opponents on the ground in their pursuit of soccer while being spurred on by their partying peers.
This is the first time in three years that college students have been able to truly enjoy spring break without the threat of Covid restrictions – and the constant partying proves they are making the most of their newfound freedom.
Dressed in funky shades that match their swimwear, some of the students who take a more subdued approach to the holidays have been seen basking in the sun and enjoying a dip in the water.
Students flocked to Daytona Beach, Florida, to get some much-needed respite after a busy semester at college.
And some of the girls, leaving a little to the imagination, took pictures in the ocean—presumably to make their friends stuck at home jealous of their tropical vacation.
Elsewhere, groups of half-dressed young men danced at daytime parties on the beach, in the back of vans, and in boats rented for the day.
A heavy police presence was also observed along the beach in Fort Lauderdale. Officers on bicycles, vans, and SUVs were seen patrolling the area, and others were seen driving K-9s among sunbathers on the crowded beach.
Preparations for the busy season come as US officials, including the State Department, warn Americans against traveling to Mexico after a spate of violent crimes. Four Americans were kidnapped last month in Matamoros, Mexico, and two were killed.
This is the first time in three years that college students have been able to truly enjoy spring break without the threat of Covid restrictions – and their constant partying proves they are making the most of their newfound freedom.
FASHIONABLE STYLE: Girl wears an adorable oversized hat to pose for a photo in front of a Miami Beach sign on her spring break adventure
A pair of Spring Breakers standing on Miami Beach, Florida
Groups of Spring Breakers huddled together as they celebrated a fiesta in Fort Lauderdale
Students flocked to Daytona Beach, Florida, to get some much-needed respite after a busy semester at college
Two girls posing for a selfie on the beach in Florida while spring break swings through
A gang of Spring Breakers decides to entertain their peers by organizing a boxing match on the beach
Students flocked to the coast to enjoy spring break – the first time in years that young people were able to party without Covid getting in the way
Girls soaking up the sun on spring break in Daytona Beach, Florida
Entertainment was in full swing on a beach in Florida – students took turns taunting each other in order to amuse the jeering crowd
Miami Beach, Florida, was full of girls, leaving little to the imagination, enjoying spring break and enjoying their well-earned spring break.
However, some spring caravans still turned up in droves to Cancun, in the Mexican state of Quintana Roo, as the United States told travelers to “exercise extra caution.”
The travel warnings and controversy surrounding travel in Mexico come as the dangers facing Americans in Mexico have received increased attention. Notably, earlier this month, a drug gang kidnapped a group of four in an epic that left two of the victims dead.
“Drug cartel violence and other criminal activities present a significant safety threat to anyone crossing into Mexico at this time,” Stephen McCraw, director of the Texas Department of Public Safety, said in a statement released Friday.
It is our duty to inform the public about safety, travel risks and threats. Based on the volatile nature of cartel activity and the violence we are witnessing there, we urge individuals to avoid travel to Mexico at this time.
On the Go: Groups of girls who are ready for their spring break adventure hit the beach clubs in Florida
Get the Boogie: The Spring Breakers enjoyed the warm weather and got drunk
Boys and girls take turns hitting each other in the Florida sands
Two students bagged their tan while lounging in the Florida heat
Party students enjoyed the sunny weather in Florida for spring break
Smile for the camera: The girls took their time out in Florida to take pictures
Groups of students frolic on the beach as they enjoy a well-earned vacation
Students flocked to Fort Lauderdale’s famous beach for their March break
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