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Pictures of a fully naked — with the exception of Mardi Gras beads — Panama City Beach spring breaker made the rounds on social media recently. And now, local police are trying to track her down, not because she’s in trouble with the law, but because they fear she could be in trouble based on the context of the photos.
She was naked, young looking, and surrounded by a mob of guys, according to the Panama City News Herald.
Authorities are trying to identify a female Spring Break visitor, caught naked on camera and surrounded on the beach by a group of males, to ensure her well-being, according to Bay County Sheriff’s officials.
BCSO does not know when or where the photos of the female were taken, officials said. However, they suspect the female — who is wearing nothing more than a stack of beads, sunglasses and an ambiguous expression — could be underage, or close to it, and possibly in distress.
BCSO spokeswoman Ruth Corley said authorities want to identify the female to check on her well-being and determine if the pictures were taken consensually.
We certainly hope she’s okay.
Man, the older I get and the more separated I become from the spring break crowd, the more the thought of it just downright terrifies me. It’s like these students get a week off from school and the minute their toes hit the sand, it’s complete chaos. A big drunken orgy of chaos. No rules. No inhibitions. I shudder at the thought of having a hot, popular daughter. Has to make a father proud and miserable at the same time.
These spring break photos. Idk, man. If I have a daughter, I hope she's too ugly to have friends or anything fun to do for spring break.
— Roger Dorn (@RogerJDorn) March 18, 2015
Yeah, like I said..
If anyone has any information about the young lady’s whereabouts, they are encouraged to contact the Bay County Sheriff’s Office at 850-747-4700 or Crime Stoppers at 850-785-TIPS (8477).
[via Panama City News Herald]
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