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Texas’ ‘Go Topless Jeep Weekend’ news report becomes instant classic

Not even the coronavirus pandemic could stop Texas’ annual “Go Topless Jeep Weekend” — a wild party that resulted in nearly 200 arrests and raised eyebrows on social media.

A viral local news report about the boozy beach bash in Galveston showed maskless revelers drinking, twerking and driving around in ATVs, as resigned cops admitted it was “impossible” to enforce social distancing.

“We been in quarantine and like, I need to get out and party,” beachgoer Chelsey Coyer told 12 News Now in the report.

She then warned viewers to “Wash your hands for 20 seconds!” to ward off the virus.

The segment quickly became an instant classic, with dozens sharing it on social media.

“Not even SNL could not write something as ridiculous as this actual, real news report from my local station,” tweeted @Maria_Rendon97.

The rager resulted in two men getting shot after a fight and 189 people arrested, the majority for traffic citations and drug possession, according to the Galveston County Sheriff’s Office.

“We do what we can, we can not control individuals or what people do as far as their life. We just try to manage the best way and whatever scenario occurs,” Galveston County Sheriff Henry Trochesset told the outlet.

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