Pepe Tirado of Acotur says that there can only be a change to the tourism model if order is imposed.
Friday's presentation of the report - Sonia Vivas (left) with Lourdes de la Cruz.
"A form of slavery that turns people into mere merchandise."
Underage prostitution at the station is of great concern.
There was apparently a turnover every two months, and new women would be introduced.
The human trafficking of women from Nigeria is a problem that the Spanish authorities are all too well aware of.
The case, staggeringly enough, started in 2009, when the young woman concerned became friendly with another woman in Palma.
Six bars will have to close and their licences will be rescinded.
Measures were being adopted to get a grip with the passport control queues; Palma's mayor was vowing to get rid of drunken tourism; Calvia was dealing with Magalluf prostitutes; and a key piece of Balearic legislation was a fiasco.
The town hall wants to convey a clear message of zero tolerance of "tourism of excesses" that damages Magalluf.
The preparation of the victims, it would seem, involved their having been injected with anabolic steroids.
Women involved in prostitution were obtaining residence permits through false marriages.
The number of people attended to by the Palma network decreased from 2,020 in 2014 to 1,748 last year.
The Nigerian woman had also threatened two young tourists with the broken beer bottle.
Nine people have been arrested and six victims have been freed.