Ibiza and Mallorca's tourist CRACKDOWN: Balearics' tough new stance on drunk holidaymakers

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Ibiza and Mallorca's tourist CRACKDOWN: Balearics' tough new stance on drunk holidaymakers

The islands’ government today approved a raft of measures which will see pubs and bars ordered not to offer happy hours, two for one offers or alcohol self-dispensers.

Anyone caught jumping off balconies will face a fine of up to 60,000 euros and can be immediately thrown out of their hotel or apartment block. There will also be a crackdown on party boats and shops will not be able to sell alcohol between the hours of 9.30pm and 8am.

Tourism Councillor Iago Negueruela said there had been “international acclaim” for the Balearic’s “pioneering move” and deplored the constant images of drunkenness, fights, abuses, balconing and destruction of urban furniture which had blighted these hotspots each summer.

The objective, he stressed to island newspaper Ultimahora.es, was not to raise money through the fines that will be imposed but to “put an end to this type of behaviour that must be eradicated immediately”.

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