Anarchy on & # 39; Go Topless & # 39; beach party in Texas: more than a hundred arrested and massive quarrels are coming out

More than a hundred people were arrested after the anarchy broke out at an event with jeep enthusiasts, with massive fights, a burning vehicle and immoral behavior on a beach in Texas.

Thousands have called for the event & # 39; Go Topless Galveston & # 39; cancel after the police arrested 125 people from Thursday to Saturday on Crystal Beach.

Shocking images show half-naked men jumping out of the 4×4 and slapping each other's head during the day and evening, while the partygoers became more and more aggressive.

Police rushed to the coast to deal with car accidents, public intoxication, drunk driving, burglary and other offenses, after the party got out of hand.

A man has his hands up at his head for protection when he is attacked with blows

A man in a reverse baseball cap sends a flying fist to another in the footage

A man in a reverse baseball cap sends a flying fist to another in the footage

Men could be seen clapping their arms when there at the weekend during the & # 39; Go Topless & # 39; Jeep event a huge havoc broke out at Crystal Beach in Texas.

One of the partygoers at Crystal Beach

One of the partygoers at Crystal Beach

A woman is drinking from a funnel during the event

A woman is drinking from a funnel during the event

Women wore bikinis for the event to celebrate the Jeep vehicle at Crystal Beach in Texas, the woman on the right appears to be using a drinking funnel

An ambulance helicopter was invaded because of the large number of people with injuries and the police accused more than expected crowds of the chaos, the To drive reported.

Sheriff Henry Trochesset said it was lucky that & # 39; no one died & # 39 ;.

He said a number of people fell out of their vehicle and hit their heads, that there was a head-on collision between two cars and that another had caught fire with a passenger pulled out of the wreck, the Houston Chronicle reported.

Controlling the pandemonium was complicated by the huge number of large vehicles and the heyday, as a result of which patrol cars had no access to parts of the beach.

Heather Farr, who has been going to the party for four years, told the Houston Chronicle: “It was very difficult to even walk through all cars and people, let alone drive.” ;

One argument seemed to break out between one group on the ground and another in a truck

One argument seemed to break out between one group on the ground and another in a truck

Men saw each other crashing over their heads

Men saw each other crashing over their heads

A confrontation seemed to break out between one group on a truck and another on the ground (left) who was in fist in broad daylight (right)

Men struggle with each other in the sand

Men struggle with each other in the sand

Countless men were involved in lawlessness

Countless men were involved in lawlessness

At nightfall, another group was demolished, gently thrown into the wind with the wind, and knocking knocks on heads as they tumbled through the ground

Farr described seeing at least one car rushing through the waves at around 50 mph, with an officer who was totally unable to stop it due to traffic.

& # 39; In previous years I have seen that they stop many of the people driving on top or on the hood of buggies or jeeps and tell them to go down, what the accidents we saw this weekend occurs, & # 39; Farr told the Houston Chronicle, & # 39; If they fail, they can't stop people and tell them to pour out their beer … which means that people drink more. & # 39;

The emergency service teams in Galveston were overwhelmed and had to back up with six other authorities.

The beach was made busier by a simultaneous event called & # 39; MAGA Beach Bash 2019. & # 39; through the Patriot network.

Another Facebook group Rednecks with Paychecks Offroad has denied responsibility for the massacre and claims that they were just having fun on the beach.

Many wore patriotic clothing for the event such as this woman who was wearing a US bikini and a scarf with the stars and stripes of the flag

Many wore patriotic clothing for the event such as this woman who was wearing a US bikini and a scarf with the stars and stripes of the flag

Many wore patriotic clothing for the event such as this woman who was wearing a US bikini and a scarf with the stars and stripes of the flag

A woman poses in a bikini between two Jeeps flying the flags of Texas and America, one of the cars being driven on the wheels of the other

A woman poses in a bikini between two Jeeps flying the flags of Texas and America, one of the cars being driven on the wheels of the other

A woman poses in a bikini between two Jeeps flying the flags of Texas and America, one of the cars being driven on the wheels of the other

A group on the wheels, side aprons and roof of a huge monster truck near the shoreline of Crystal Beach

A group on the wheels, side aprons and roof of a huge monster truck near the shoreline of Crystal Beach

A group on the wheels, side aprons and roof of a huge monster truck near the shoreline of Crystal Beach

To date, more than 18,000 have signed a petition calling on authorities to organize the event.

Alicia Lopez responded to the proposal: & I'm glad you're doing this. It was my first time out there. That event was just too wild. There was a couple next to us doing something with a rating x in the open air. This event must be stopped. & # 39;

However, others responded to the petition saying that young people who had misbehaved had tarnished an otherwise fun party.

Yvonne Pixley wrote: & I don't think it's jeep people dancing on the beach and on trucks half naked to shake their butts and breasts at everyone and everyone.

& # 39; It was drunk among young girls. No jeepers. Get your facts straight before blaming people with jeeps. And where were these girls parents. I bet you enjoyed your daughters show if you care. & # 39;

A group relax and enjoy a drink during the & # 39; Go Topless & # 39; event at Crystal Beach on the weekend

A group relax and enjoy a drink during the & # 39; Go Topless & # 39; event at Crystal Beach on the weekend

A group relax and enjoy a drink during the & # 39; Go Topless & # 39; event at Crystal Beach on the weekend

A partygoer poses on the roof of a vehicle

A partygoer poses on the roof of a vehicle

Others with a Texas and a Mexican flag fly in their jeep with the top down

Others with a Texas and a Mexican flag fly in their jeep with the top down

A partygoer poses on the roof of a vehicle (left) and others with a Texas and a Mexican flag fly in their jeep with the top down (right)

A colossal monster wagon covered with stars and stripes with an emblem from Texas rolls through the waves on the beach

A colossal monster wagon covered with stars and stripes with an emblem from Texas rolls through the waves on the beach

A colossal monster wagon covered with stars and stripes with an emblem from Texas rolls through the waves on the beach

A group ride on the beach, two men are sitting in the front with two women at the back in the topless 4x4

A group ride on the beach, two men are sitting in the front with two women at the back in the topless 4x4

A group ride on the beach, two men are sitting in the front with two women at the back in the topless 4×4

The police struggled to cope with the number of large vehicles on the beach and the heyday, making it difficult to gain access to their patrol cars.

The police struggled to cope with the number of large vehicles on the beach and the heyday, making it difficult to gain access to their patrol cars.

The police struggled to cope with the number of large vehicles on the beach and the heyday, making it difficult to gain access to their patrol cars.

The petitioners say that the Chamber of Commerce of the Bolivar Peninsula has responded to them request: & # 39; We are going to work with government and government agencies to see what can be done legally to help alleviate such issues. & # 39;

The Texas Open Beaches Act allows free public use of the beach and there is no way to limit public degrees, with the only remedy being a greater police presence explained by Sheriff Trochesset.

There are similar & # 39; Go Topless & # 39; events organized by motorists across the country and the name comes from the removable roof of the Jeep Wrangler.

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