Anyone heading to Magaluf on holiday need to know about these new fines
No more clowning around here lads.
Magaluf has a reputation of being one of the messiest party spots for young people to go on holiday.
It's generally full of English and Irish teenager who are on their first sun holiday with their friends and that leads to Inbetweeners 2-type behaviour.
However, local officials are trying to clean up the image of the town and make it more family-friendly by introducing new rules for party-goers heading there this summer.
These are the fines people will face if they break any of the new rules:
- 'Balconying' which is jumping from balcony to balcony on an apartment block - €1,500.
- Jumping from an apartment balcony into a swimming pool - €1,500.
- Taking a sneaky pee or defecating on the street - €1,500.
- Not wearing a shirt on the streets (except for around pools, on/near the beach) - €500.
A serious clampdown. Our advice - don't go there.
Hat-tip to Irish Mirror.