Well, at least some people found it amusing.


The Guardia Civil and Calvia police are investigating the circumstances surrounding a mass brawl in Paguera that took place in the early hours of Sunday morning.

Some one hundred young people were involved in the fight on the Palmira beach promenade. The reason for the brawl is not as yet known, but it is understood that many of the young people regularly take part in a street drinking "botellón" in the area.

Several premises were damaged, with windows, chairs and tables broken. Street furniture, such as planters, was also damaged, some of this having been used during the fight.

A witness said that in winter there are commonly this number of young people causing trouble because of the street drinking.

The incident comes shortly after a report which suggested that in Magalluf there are significant problems with drinking and fighting in the winter that have nothing to do with holidaymakers.

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Graham / Hace over 2 years

Paguera is such a lovely place and I have spent many holidays there over the last 30 years, it has always felt safe with no sign of trouble very strange.


John P / Hace over 2 years

Holiday in Paguera 8 weeks every summer,never see police then so not much chance with their investigation in winter months.Paguera is a great place and always feel safe ,even though lack of police.


Mike ( Belgium ) / Hace over 2 years

Nice promotion for winter tourism......


Henry James / Hace over 2 years

Quick,send for Jeremy Kyle.


Glen432 / Hace over 2 years

Interesting to note that the "low class" tourists cause less problems over the main season than the locals do in the low season. Hope the high class high spending winter tourists that are going to arrive dont mind the local drunks spoiling there civilised nights out.