Spanish holidaymakers are reportedly being charged to use a beach resort that has been completely ruined by Britain’s obsession with casual sex.
Visitors to Lleida have complained that strip clubs, bars and cannabis farms have taken over the popular Little Bay resort, the BBC reports.
Places to rent at the popular holiday town are also reportedly being advertised on “casual sex sites”.
The neighbouring town of Arroyo de Ocho has also been affected by the seedy venues.
“We have been having regular problems with prostitution in the hotels which do not even really advertise the fact,” said Ignacio Hernandez, mayor of the resort.
“Arroyo has been adversely affected too, as tourists check into the area and then, when they do not get what they want or what they expected, they simply decide to head elsewhere.
The problems arose after a row began over a scene featuring scantily-clad women having casual sex in a hotel.
The crowd that gathered to watch it became so large that the security guards had to close in on the women and force them to leave.
The scene was later removed but the event remains a sore point in the minds of holidaymakers who booked there.
The resort’s biggest hotels, which are owned by a Madrid-based firm, were forced to hire extra security to protect their properties from would-be sex workers.
The firm said in a statement that they had already had a number of cancellations from British tourists.