March 2, 2024

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Seville bans penis suits and other sexual clothing as part of the fight against ‘alcohol tourism’

Seville bans penis suits and other sexual clothing as part of the fight against ‘alcohol tourism’

Similar rules have already been introduced in Malaga in 2022. Since then, there seem to have been no major articles about drunken tourists, says De Bruyne. This in itself does not surprise her. “There is a fine of 750 euros. It will be an expensive bachelor party if everyone has to pay 750 euros.”

However, it remains to be seen whether these interventions address the true essence of the problem. “This rule may help determine how people dress, but ultimately the goal is to attract a different type of tourist.” This can remain a sore point for a while.

In Mallorca, for example, where action is also being taken against drunken revelers, many problems remain, according to De Bruyne. Two years ago, a 27-year-old Dutchman died there after a fight. “The Balcony”, which is particularly popular among Britons, is also “lively and lively”. “Tourists are jumping from their balconies into the pool. There have been quite a few deaths and injuries over the years.”

Only time will tell whether the new rules in Seville and other Spanish cities will effectively limit the number of accidents. But one thing’s for sure: for now, it’s best to leave your penis prosthesis at home.

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