16 arrested during Girls Gone Wild event

YULEE, Fla. from www.cbs4.com ― A small north Florida town named Yulee was the site of the latest “Girls Gone Wild” bus stop on Thursday night. Not surprisingly, by Friday morning, 16 people were arrested on multiple charges.

“Girls Gone Wild” features women exposing themselves on camera, often times in exchange for small gifts like a t-shirt. The Nassau County Sheriff’s Office sent undercover investigators into The Mill Night Club, where the bus had stopped.

Police arrested the club owner and four employees and charged them with operating a sexually oriented business and obscenity. Two “Girls Gone Wild” employees were also arrested, along with two customers who were charged with disorderly intoxication and resisting arrest without violence. Seven women were charged with indecent exposure.

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