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Magaluf girl: Spanish in vow to stamp out sick antics of British tourists who are 'educationally inadequate'

By Gerard Couzens

Majorca has promised to do "whatever necessary" to ensure the shocking sex scenes involving a teenage tourist never happen again.

Balearics Government spokeswoman Nuria Riera said politicians on the island were "united" in their determination to stamp out sordid practices of its kind.

The 18-year-old tourist, understood to be from Northern Ireland, was filmed performing a sex act on 24 men during a game in a bar in party resort Magaluf.

Ms Riera said the antics of those involved had left her "speechless".

She said: "This sort of behaviour cannot be tolerated. It gives the Balearic Islands and women a terrible image. We regard it as outrageous and we have to stop it whichever way we can."

Referring to British tourists, Ms Riera launched a strongly-worded attack, and claimed part of the problem was that some of the British were "educationally inadequate".

She said officials needed to work with source tourist markets because they faced a "problem of education".

She added: "There are people who come with certain types of behaviour or educational patterns that needed to be fought against in the source country as well."

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