Spring Break horror as four dismembered bodies discovered at popular resort

The dismembered bodies of four men have reportedly been discovered at a busy Spring Break hotspot.

The grim find happened today (Thursday, March 24) in Mexico, leading to the National Guard being called in.

The grim news has been reported by local Mexican news outlet Noticaribe, and took place in the popular party district of Villas del Sol, Playa del Carmen at the height of the popular celebration.

The bodies were only discovered when a group of sanitation workers stumbled across them.

It is thought that all four of the victims were male.

As of yet, no local Mexican officials have commented on the distressing news.

However, local police have now erected a cordon around the scene and the Mexican National Guard has been called in to assist inquiries.

The annual Spring Break celebrations this year have been dogged in controversy with violence and disorder reported in many major destinations.

From today a curfew has been put in place for Miami spring breakers after a season marred by mass violence with five people injured in shootings.

Police said nine officers have been injured since Spring Break began.

A midnight curfew has been imposed by city officials who declared a state of emergency – but some have slammed leaders saying it's an "overreaction".

Stephen Hunter Johnson, a member of Miami-Dade's Black Advisory Board, told the Miami Herald: "The only emergency is that black people are on the beach.

"I don't understand how this town has been doing spring break for at least 25 years and can’t figure it out."

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Melba Pearson, a civil rights attorney, said: "Everything I’ve observed has been peaceful, just kids trying to have a good time, that’s all I've been seeing."

She claimed she didn't see the need for a curfew despite the violence.

"It’s an absolute overreaction," she told the Miami Herald.

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"Not to trivialise people being harmed or shot, but you have to have a balanced approach to issues of criminal justice and law enforcement."

The officials imposed a 12am to 6am curfew from Thursday to Sunday, and more restrictions could be put in place at the weekend.

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