Illegal selling at Playa de Palma

The local police seized 1,421 items during the operation.

30-08-2019Policía Local de Palma

On Thursday, Palma police carried out an eight-hour operation against illegal selling in Playa de Palma.

Thirteen officers were involved in the operation between midday and 8pm. They seized 1,421 items, among which were bags, sunglasses and necklaces.

The operation resulted in 24 proceedings related to illegal selling (six of these for the sale of alcohol), nine for offering massages and two in respect of infringements of industrial property law.

Palma's public safety councillor Joana Maria Adrover expressed her support for the ongoing action against illegal selling.


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John Parkinson / Hace about 1 year

Had to visit Magaluf last week to pay a bill ,took grandchildren.Every Street had at least two illegal sellers who all seemed to be only selling sunglasses and my grandchildren could not understand why people were going upto them ,exchanging money but not getting any sunglasses! Obviously nothing illegal as police were just driving around but not stopping. Have a coffee outside McDonald’s and see if you can count the sunglasses sales.