A PUB crawl route has been dismantled in Magaluf, and two establishments have been fined for organising the tour without the proper paperwork.
The sanctions came after police officers ran across 90 Brits on a pub crawl, wearing matching shirts saying ‘Spring Break Invasion’.
Activities now banned under new city ordinances were found advertised in the pub crawl, including all-night free shots, wet T-shirt contests, and other games with excessive drinking.
The company could be fined up to € 4,500 for ‘exercising the activity without the mandatory city license’, and breaching the bar’s license.
It was also found the tour guides did not have the proper paperwork for performing their jobs, holding a fine up to € 750 per person.
Pub crawls are permitted on the strip, Punta Ballena, between 8pm and midnight, with a weeks notice to the city, and at most 20 participants – in matching shirts.
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