Magaluf residents’ fury as drunk British holidaymakers ‘wear no masks’ and ‘jump on cars’

The Brits are back in town, and this time they mean business. Normal service is being resumed after the coronavirus crisis. Some Magaluf residents, though, are distinctly unimpressed.

Majorca’s biggest nightspot was again playing host to familiar scenes over the weekend despite the introduction of a new ‘anti-trash’ tourism law. It was planned long before the disease struck

But boozing Britons were up to their old tricks: drinking, singing, jumping on parked cars in the party strip on Punta Bellena. There was no face mask in sight, nor any social distancing.

One angry local raged on social media: “Total chaos in Punta Bellena. Hundreds of sons of b***ches from Great Britain. No face masks on, jumping on top of cars, drunk, drinking alcohol in the street. A disaster. Where’s the police? A f**king disgrace.”

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