A few months ago, an anonymous beach went viral when it was discovered that it was being used by the world’s largest drug cartel to ship cocaine to its own members.
The drug cartel has also been using naked beaches for the last six months to smuggle drugs into Mexico.
It’s the second such beach to be discovered in the country, after a huge drug bust at a nearby resort.
The beaches have been found near resorts and resorts in Mexico City, Guanajuato, and San Luis Potosi.
They’re not exactly new; they’ve been around since the 1970s.
But the beaches are also a rare example of how a small island nation can become so big.
Here are the key facts about these beaches: What are the nude beaches?
Naked beaches are private islands that are only accessible to visitors who are at least 16 years old.
It is not illegal to visit them.
They can only be accessed by special permits that require a $150,000-a-year fee.
A beach is defined as “any area of land, water, or other natural feature that is open to the general public for recreation or for other purposes.”
It can be a single beach, or several.
They are often used as a hideaway for drug trafficking, but not all have been used as such.
There are several nude beaches in Mexico.
What kind of drugs are the cartels smuggling into the country?
The cartels have been smuggling cocaine, methamphetamine, and other drugs into the Mexican border for years.
Since the end of the Second World War, the cartels have grown their operations into dozens of different countries, from the Caribbean to China.
They’ve grown in power and influence and are now involved in drug trafficking in every country on Earth.
The cartels are also smuggling into Mexico more than 100,000 kilograms of cocaine a year.
What kinds of drugs have the cartels been smuggling into this country?
Some of the most important drug-trafficking organizations in the world use naked beaches as a place to hide drugs, according to a 2015 report by the Center for Global Development.
According to the Center, the drug cartels use naked beach as a sanctuary to ship drugs and weapons into the United States, Europe, and South America.
The report found that the drug trafficking organizations had been using nude beaches for years, and that the cartels are “the only legitimate transnational criminal organization that uses a beach to ship narcotics and weapons.”
Where do naked beaches come from?
In recent years, a lot of people have noticed the beach in San Luis Peñalpa, the country’s capital, becoming a haven for drug traffickers.
A group of activists, who call themselves the “Bosqueños Unidas,” have been trying to raise awareness about the drug problem and the naked beaches in the city, according a 2015 video that was posted to YouTube.
The activists posted a video on social media showing the naked beach.
It shows them playing with balloons, and holding a sign with the slogan “No Trespassing.”
“There’s a huge amount of drug traffickers that hide here in San Peñolpa and they’ve got to get off,” one of the masked activists said in the video.
In a press conference held on March 17, the activists said that the group had found two naked beaches.
The group said they had found the first nude beach, a one-story building with a swimming pool.
The activist said the first beach had a pool, but that the second beach was more luxurious.
The organization also said that they had discovered a hidden tunnel in the building, but did not provide any further details.
The Bonsquero beach in Guanajutla, Mexico.
(Photo: Wikimedia Commons) What are some of the problems the nude beach poses?
The naked beaches have had a negative impact on the community in Guanábal, where many people have lived for years on the streets, according the Bonsqero activist.
Some have resorted to selling drugs and even attacking others.
Some of those who live on the street are homeless and are often at risk of abuse.
Some people have even been arrested for drug-related crimes.
“The Bonsqueño Unidas have been taking this issue very seriously, because it’s their responsibility to protect the community,” said the B.S.U. activist.
What do the bikini-clad women wearing swimsuits in the videos from the activists say?
“We believe in freedom of expression,” the activist said.
“We’re proud of the fact that we’re doing this.
We’re doing it to expose the government’s hypocrisy.”
It is illegal to wear a swimsuit or to show your breasts in public, according Mexico’s Constitution.
But many people wear bathing suits, including the nude women.
Some women wear masks.
Why are they doing this?
Some women are angry that the government has failed to make public the location of the naked areas.
They say that the nudity has created a situation where the government can’t control the drug traffic.