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Featured Image Credit: Facebook/Sticky Vicky
*WARNING: CONTAINS GRAPHIC IMAGES*
Benidorm legend 'Sticky Vicky' had to be taken to hospital following a serious fall.
The 79-year-old - real name Victoria Aragues Gadea - fell and smashed her knees on the ground when she was getting into a car and had to spend five days in hospital.
But she was readmitted in serious pain, with doctors looking into a possible infection.
In a post shared on her Facebook page on Sunday (3 July), photos showed staples around her knee, with the lower half of her leg purple all over.
The post read: "Hello everyone!!! First of all, to know that I'm fine, last week I had an accident before I got into the car and I fell to the ground, we spent five days in the hospital, after being discharged and returning home, we are here again today, since it hurts a lot and you have to see if I have an infection.
"I hope not and we can go home today. We will report the evolution. Take care!!!"
Commenting on the post, one fan said: "Nasty injury. Please take care and get well soon."
Another wrote: "OMG thats was some fall.. I hope you get better soon xx"
A third added: "Oh no, I hope you get well very soon x"
LADbible reached out for the latest and her daughter, María Gadea Aragues, said Vicky had since left the hospital again and is 'progressing positively', but it will take months for the wounds to heal.
The retired dancer is known for her X-rated performances in the Spanish seaside town, which have been enjoyed by countless British tourists down the decades.
She hung up her boots in 2016, aged 72, but her daughter María has followed in her footsteps, performing her own 'sexy magic shows' under the name Sticky Vicky.
A couple of weeks back, a British man - alleged to have led a network of criminals which distributed cocaine across the south of England - was arrested in a Benidorm hotel.
Louis James Edwards, 44, was arrested by the Spanish Civil Guard, who were working closely with members of Britain's National Crime Agency (NCA) to track him down for his suspected part in cocaine distribution.