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Inflatable sex dolls and inflated penises BANNED in Malaga crackdown on bachelor parties

Inflatable sex dolls and inflated penises are FORBIDDEN in Málaga crackdown on bachelor parties

  • The Spanish city has become a tourist hotspot due to cheap flights and nightlife
  • New ban – to be passed into local law – could face fines of up to €750 (£650)
  • Plans confirmed by city council will ban nudity and ‘erotic items in public’

Party hotspot Malaga is going to ban inflatable sex dolls and inflated penis costumes in a massive crackdown on bachelor parties.

The southern Spanish city has become a favorite with tourists thanks to cheap flights and a vibrant nightlife – but now locals will be cracking down on raw antics.

The ban – which will be incorporated into local law – could fine violators up to €750 (£650).

Plans tightened by the city council will ban nudity and “erotic items in public.”

Party hotspot Malaga to ban inflatable sex dolls and inflated penis costumes in massive crackdown on bachelor parties

The southern Spanish town has become a tourist favorite thanks to cheap flights and a vibrant nightlife – but now locals will be cracking down on gross antics

The law will say it is “forbidden to walk or remain on the street in underwear alone, or with clothes or accessories representing genitals or with dolls or elements of a sexual nature.”

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Mayor Francisco de la Torre said it was time to take a stand, despite tourism bringing in £7.4bn last summer – with the British contributing the most.

The fine can be up to EUR 1,500 (GBP 1,300) if the offender is accompanied by a minor or disabled person or commits the offense with a view to a school or playground.

City hall lawmakers say police will first tell violators to abide by the new rules and only issue fines if they refuse.

The law will say it is “forbidden to walk or remain on the street in underwear alone, or with clothes or accessories representing genitals or with dolls or elements of a sexual nature.”

The city government is introducing the new regulations because of a reported increase in antisocial behavior, often linked to raunchy chicken and deer doses.

They say the new rules are intended to “maintain public space as a place of encounter, coexistence and civility that can accommodate the multiplicity of expressions and different ways of living that enrich our city.”

The Spanish Costa del Sol, which includes Malaga, has long been a popular destination for British holidaymakers.

However, a report this year showed that fewer British and Germans visited the area, while the number of Dutch and Belgians increased.

However, tourists from the UK still remain the largest group of foreign visitors to the Costa del Sol.

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