Mallorca’s Calvia council vows to crackdown on prostitution after raids

Six bars face closure after notices served on Punta Ballena premises

LAST UPDATED: 20 Jul, 2017 @ 14:27
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CALVIA council is determined to clean up Magaluf, starting with a fightback against prostitution.

The town hall has told six establishments they will be forced to close if they continue to engage in prostitution without the license to do so.

CRACKDOWN: Six bars targeted in Magaluf police operation

The places in question, Apple, Bar Kandi, Opps, Red Rooms, Bar Touch and Jagger’s, all have until August 2 to dispute claims.

If they cannot prove their innocence in these matters, they will be closed down.

“There is no going back now and we want to convey a clear message of zero tolerance towards tourism of excess,” said a spokesman.”

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