Magaluf Tourist Climbs On Cop Car And Gives Finger

Story By: Ana Lacasa, Sub Editor: Joseph Golders, Agency: Central European News

Video Credit: CEN/Cosmina Georgiana

This is the moment a tourist climbs on top of a police patrol car in the popular British resort Magaluf before flashing his middle finger at the camera.

The startling scene was recorded by Romanian stripper named Cosmina Georgiana who is working seasonally in the popular British destination of Magaluf in the eastern Spanish region of the Balearic Islands.

In the video, a male tourist, whose nationality has not been revealed, can be seen standing on top of a parked Spanish Civil Guard patrol car and putting his middle fingers up towards the camera.

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Picture Credits: CEN/Cosmina Georgiana

He then climbs down and walks away with two friends. Georgiana told Central European News (CEN) that she recorded the scene after “a big fight”.

The stripper, who has been working on the island for four summer seasons, says it is unknown if the man was arrested after she recorded him from inside a club where she was relaxing.

Local media outlet Diario de Mallorca report that in June alone the bars and shops in the area threw out around 150 tourists for antisocial behaviour. 

The President of the Hotel Association on the island, Mauricio Carballeda, reported that in the summer of 2018, around 160 people were expelled from the bars, telling local media: “It is our policy. Faced with antisocial behaviour, we expel them.”

He said that the increase of incidents this year could be caused by the “low profile of the clients as a consequence of the decrease of the prices the hotels have been forced to offer because of the competition from other tourist destinations.”

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Ana Lacasa

I am a senior writer and journalist and editor of the Spanish desk for the Central European News agency.

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