Kit off in Magalluf.


A group of eleven young tourists, believed to be British, returned to Magalluf from a booze cruise on Friday and proceeded to undress and spend some fifteen minutes engaged in various games and races. A witness complains that at the time - half six - the beach was full of families and children.

Nudity is prohibited except in authorised areas, which is not the case on Magalluf beach.


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Frank / Hace over 3 years

Peter, below, is correct. People swam and sunbathed here naked before tourism arrived here, and the laws have not been changed. The fact that some people are offended by it is their problem, they said the same about going topless in France in the '60's. If you don't like it, there are other places to go.


Peter / Hace over 3 years

Nudity is NOT prohibited under local law. Causing possible offence to others IS. Let's get the facts right before we get our fingers in gear please....


Print in Uk newspapers / Hace over 3 years

Why not send the photos to UK press. Feel sure family & friends would love to see how they enjoyed their holidays!!!


James T / Hace over 3 years

In front of children?!?? Disgraceful... And you are hoping for a return of 'family' tourism...


Bonnie / Hace over 3 years

So what? No big deal compared to mugging etc


Roger The Butler / Hace over 3 years

Looks like a still from The Inbetweeners movie


Georgep / Hace over 3 years

Signs of a cartoonish nature depicting todgers being removed by sharp tools will no doubt curb such behaviour. Only worded in Catalan of course and placed too far away from the beach. (see comment about pickpocket signs for context on this post)


John / Hace over 3 years

Actually nudity on the beaches is not illegal here, until it is deemed to be innapropriate to anybody nearby.


Stuart Mead / Hace over 3 years

Behaviour like this will only encourage the anti tourist brigade again..


phil / Hace over 3 years

15 minutes at a peak time, and no police. No wonder the beach masseurs and looky lookys are not worried