A bikini-clad babe was spotted pulling a bizarre stunt on a parking signpost as Spring Break saw thousands of revellers flocking to sunny beaches and clubs for half-term break.
Video shared on a Miami-based Twitter feed shows two young women baring their boobs and bums in tiny bikinis while walking on the streets in Dade city on Tuesday (March 14).
One of them stop right in front of a parking signpost in front of the parked motorbikes and performs a saucy pole dance, holding traffic on the road.
Drivers and diners from a nearby restaurant turn head to watch the young woman sitting on the pole and bending her body backwards as she leans lower to the ground.
She then comes up and gives her viewers an “eye opener” – a classic pole-dancing move with legs spread open.
One viewer joked she might be doing a “street audition” and another added: “Where is the man raining dollars?”
This scene comes as university students take their week-long holiday in the seven-mile stretch of sand.
Topless men and women in thong bikinis were seen in picture downing bottles of boozes during drinking game parties.
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Miami Beach recruited officers from across the state to prepare for the unruly crowds after large riots broke out last year.
There were also concerns of a mass outbreak of Covid-19 as none of the revellers seen wearing face masks.
Miami Beach hired additional security for crowd control this year, recruiting officers from other states to help keeping local businesses safe.
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Len Evens, who runs Palace Bar in the city, told Fox News: “We’re hoping that the Miami Beach police team are more on top of the crowds.
“People were dancing and jumping on cars. They were extremely intoxicated, high on drugs, fights everywhere.
“It was just very unsafe. It was a very unsafe place to be. I felt unsafe to walk on that street because people would just punch people randomly. It was just very chaotic.”