British couple claims Peeping Tom hotel worker filmed them having sex during their Spanish holiday and they only noticed him when they swapped positions
A British couple claim that a ‘Peeping Tom’ hotel worker filmed them having sex – only noticing when they changed positions.
Abigail Higson and Usama Qazi, 両方とも 28, were in the middle of sex in Magaluf, マジョルカ, when they say they noticed the hotel worker.
The pair’s claims have been denied by staff at the HSM Sándalo Beach hotel – who say the claims are untrue and the couple were drunk.
Abigail Higson and Usama Qazi, 両方とも 28, were in the middle of sex in Magaluf, マジョルカ, when they say they noticed the hotel worker
Amazon delivery worker Abigail said: ‘I saw him and screamed. I was horrified.
‘He had his phone out and looked like he was filming us.
‘I pushed him out the room and shouted at him, '何してるの, you pervert?’
The Bradford couple booked a 11-night getaway at the Maguluf hotel away from their two kids – who were staying with Abigail’s mother.
After paying £558 for the three-star trip, hotel bosses say they called the police because of the noise – but the couple insist that they were the ones to phone in the authorities.
HSM group commercial director Bernat Matemales said: ‘We were trying to control problems being caused by two guests who were drunk.’
The couple moved to another hotel and say they now barricade the doors during their love-making sessions
The couple moved to another hotel and say they now barricade the doors during their love-making sessions.
Abigail said: ‘It’s not ruined our sex life.
‘Now we’re away from the kids, we’re on a marathon sex session.’
It comes as Majorca has placed strict new regulations on British holidaymakers – limiting to just six free all-inclusive drinks a day to stop anti-social behaviour.
The regulations, announced by the Balearic Government in January, also bans alcohol sales in shops between 9.30pm and 8am, as well as pub crawls, two-for-one drinks offers and happy hours at certain spots in Magaluf, El Arenal and Playa de Palma in Mallorca and Sant Antoni de Portmany in Ibiza.
The laws are a bid to clean up the image of resorts like Magaluf after a 2014 scandal when a British holidaymaker was filmed performing sex acts on 24 男性.
The incident led Majorca’s top politician at the time – Jose Ramon Bauza – to dub Magaluf’s notorious party strip Punta Ballena as ‘500 metres of shame’.