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Brits could face £650 fine for having inflatable penises and sex dolls on Malaga hen and stag parties

Gabriella Ferlita

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Brits could face £650 fine for having inflatable penises and sex dolls on Malaga hen and stag parties

Picture this. You’re kicking it back in Málaga with the boys for your mate’s stag do. The sun is shining, the booze is flowing; life is good.

All that’s missing are a couple of blow-up sex dolls, and you’ll be well on your way to sending off your best friend to married life in the best possible way.

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Or maybe not, as a ban on inflatable genitals and sex dolls in the Spanish city could set those on hen and stag parties back a whopping £650.

The area has become a favourite among those looking to satisfy their party cravings before tying the knot due to cheap flights and buzzing nightlife.

But officials are cracking down on bachelor and bachelorette culture along Costa del Sol - implementing fines up to £1,300 for those donning rude inflatables and costumes after locals expressed their distaste for the occurrences.

The new draft explains how it is ‘forbidden to walk or remain in the streets only in underwear, or with clothes or accessories that represent genitals or with dolls or elements of a sexual nature’.

You'll have to do away with typical stag and hen do inflatables. Credit: Maksim Goncharenok/Pexels
You'll have to do away with typical stag and hen do inflatables. Credit: Maksim Goncharenok/Pexels

So, you might want to hold back on ordering that ginormous blow-up phallic object for your friends, and you’d better throw out that mankini you were hoping to wear on the beach.

Mayor Francisco de la Torre has taken on their concerns, explaining that police will first offer warnings to tourists disobeying the rules, before issuing fines should their warnings go ignored.

Those who choose to bring these objects out in public could be forced to cough up €750 (£650) in fines, which is the same penalty given to people found bathing in fountains, doing acrobatics on bikes or skateboards in public areas or engaging in vandalism.

But that’s not all that could be awaiting those on their hen or stag weekend away. The fines could reach up to €1,500 (£1,300) if the offender is with a minor, that’s anyone under 18 years old in Spain, or a person with disabilities, as well as if it takes place in view of a school.

The new law is said to be rolling out in early 2023, so you might want to double-check your packing list if you’re setting off on a girls’ or lads’ holiday next summer.

The locals have not taken to crude inflatables in their city. Credit: Contributor: redsnapper/Alamy Stock Photo
The locals have not taken to crude inflatables in their city. Credit: Contributor: redsnapper/Alamy Stock Photo

The law is being introduced after the city has seen an increase in anti-social behaviour, which they believe to be associated with such parties.

A City Hall source told Sur in English: "The proliferation of certain types of behaviour in recent years, such as nudism, wearing nothing but underwear or carrying erotic items in public means that we have to introduce new regulations.

"Public spaces must be preserved as places where people can meet, coexist and enjoy their leisure time while respecting others.”

Featured Image Credit: Tim E White/Alamy a-plus image bank/Alamy

Topics: Travel, News, Crime

Gabriella Ferlita
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