Group Smiles on Their Way to Jail After They're Busted for Underage Drinking

Okaloosa Sheriff's Office
Okaloosa Sheriff's Office

The arrest didn't appear to phase them.

Getting arrested during spring break didn't seem to bother these alleged underage drinkers in Florida. 

A group of 14 young adults on spring break were arrested for underage drinking on St. Patrick’s Day, according to the Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Office. They were then loaded on a bus to be transported to jail that afternoon.

But when authorities posted a picture of the underage adults on the bus, most of them could be seen smiling, including one young woman who was in handcuffs.

“Full bus of 14 #SpringBreak arrests by 2:40 PM today. We remind you we have #ZeroTolerance for underage drinking! 21 is the law -and it's strictly enforced for your safety and the safety of those around you,” the sheriff’s department wrote in a tweet that accompanied the photo.

Spring break has become a nuisance for many Florida beach towns with an estimated four million college students coming to the state each year, many of underage drinkers.

The sheriff’s office did respond to a call for comment.