The alcohol-fueled Boca Bash returns following a stunt driven hiatus
Florida government produced at least a dozen drunken arrests on Sunday through an yearly wild angling party known as the"Boca Bash" prior to creating a return after a year's hiatus due to the pandemic, according to reports.
Other law enforcement agencies will report their citations within the upcoming few days, based on Boca Raton authorities spokesman Mark Economou.
The Boca Bash Facebook webpage cautioned partygoers on Friday about revelry becoming out of hands.
City leaders were afraid the party could develop into a COVID-19 superspreader occasion.
"We are worried that great judgment won't be used," Boca Raton Deputy Mayor Andrea O'Rourke explained. "We do not need to see that our physicians full of sick young folks a week after."