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- An attendee of the 2020 Go Topless weekend appears in a video clip that went viral.
Most of the arrests were for public intoxication, disorderly conduct and DWI, the paper reports, citing numbers available from local authorities as of 6 a.m. Sunday.
Go Topless made national headlines last May when viral video showed maskless revelers getting up close and personal even as Texas COVID-19 numbers were on the rise.
"Been in quarantine, and I need to get out and party! Woo!" one attendee cried in a widely circulated clip.
The annual event, which regularly results in arrests, has drawn the ire of coastal residents. In 2019, roughly 11,000 people signed a petition calling for a ban on the celebration.
While last year's cringey COVID-era iteration of the event drew lots of attention, it did result in fewer arrests: only about 100, according to the Chronicle report.
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