Magalluf.—The death of three British tourists in Magalluf in as many weeks has caused a media storm in Britain with newspapers and TV channels asking if more can be done to stop the spate of balcony and hotel falls.

Early yesterday morning Britain's flagship breakfast news programme, ITV´s Daybreak, broadcasted live from outside the Hotel Teix in Magalluf where 23-year-old Charlotte Faris fell to her death in the early hours of Saturday morning.

Bulletin editor Jason Moore was interviewed on the programme and underlined the fact that it was a tragic state of affairs but that there was little the local authorities could do about the problem.

British newspapers were full of reports about the latest balcony fall death in Majorca over the weekend.
The Palmanova/Magalluf hoteliers association want to introduce a code of conduct which could penalise guests who act in an unruly manner. “We respect our clients rights and look after them but we need a code of conduct to control potentially problematic guests,” said a spokesperson for the hoteliers in the top resorts.

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