Moment holidaymakers make a mad dash for sun loungers in Majorca

Sunbed wars! Moment holidaymakers make a mad 6am dash for their sun loungers at a Spanish resort

  • A quirky video captured holidaymakers rushing to grab a lounger in Majorca
  • Sunbathers came armed with bags and towels as soon as pool opened at 6am
  • Many ran to get the best seats by the poolside, using bags to mark their territory
  • The tongue-in-cheek video by Julie Larsson has racked up 4,000 likes on Tiktok 

This is the moment a throng of sun-obsessed holidaymakers make a mad dash for the sun loungers at 6am in a Spanish holiday resort.

The tongue-in-cheek clip was captured by Julie Larsson as she enjoyed a trip to Majorca.

She joked that the video was all about ‘sunbed wars at 6am’, The Sun reports.

The video shows territorial sunbathers earmarking their loungers for the day by placing bags, towels and other belongings. Many people also rushed to secure the best seats by the poolside.

Julie Larsson titled her humorous Tiktok video ‘sunset wars at 6am’ as she filmed holidaymakers in Majorca rushing to grab sun loungers

Ms Larsson’s quirky video has now received 4,000 likes on Tiktok, with a volley of bemused comments.

‘Never understood why people go on holidays like this,’ wrote Ghiff.

Mimamefel posted a laughing face emoji and added: ‘My dad always got up at 7 am and did this.’

Another user posted: ‘This is my nightmare vacation.’

Earlier this week, a furious British holidaymaker claimed his £240 all-inclusive trip to  Majorca was ruined because of Spain’s tough new binge-drinking crackdown in its Balearic Islands that limits tourists to just six free drinks a day.

The holiday package is complete with an aerobics instructor by the pool – dressed in drag

Security officer Jason Walker, 42, says he was ‘angry’ and ‘upset’ after discovering there were restrictions on his free booze voucher after landing in the Mediterranean island for a three-night birthday trip.

He described his astonishment at finding that the new decree limits the number of drinks on his all-inclusive holiday was limited to six – three at lunch, and three at dinner. 

The regulations, announced by the Balearic Government in January this year, also bans the sale of alcohol 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. 

And advertising party boats and balcony jumping could attract a £50,000 fine, in a bid to clamp down on public drunkenness and clean up the image of resorts like Magaluf after it was rocked by scandal in 2014 when a British holidaymaker was filmed performing sex acts on 24 men.

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