Majorca boat parties packed with boozy tourists a day after vomiting Brit mobs sparked coronavirus second wave fears

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MAJORCA boat parties were packed with boozy tourists a day after mobs of vomiting Brits sparked fears of a second wave of coronavirus.

Dozens of revellers were pictured partying in the sun at the holiday hotspot – with no social distancing or face masks in sight.

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Tourists flocked to an improvised boat party off the Balearic island on Sunday while others gathered on jet skis.

Drinkers also partied at Roxy’s Beach Bar on the shore of Playa del Oratori beach.

Local residents complained the boozy groups were ignoring social distancing and breaking Covid-19 regulations. 

They said they were listening to loud music at the unauthorised party and that masks – which were made compulsory on Monday – were nowhere to be seen. 

Those who attended the party could face fines of up to £53,963 for breaking restrictions, Cope reports.

It is not known if the local authorities took legal action.

It comes after booze-fuelled Brits returned to Magaluf’s newly reopened bars and clubs at the weekend.

Partygoers were pictured vomiting on the strip and causing chaos in the streets.

And videos shared on social media showed large groups chanting in English while drunken men jumped up and down on cars. 

One angry local took to social media to rage: “Total chaos in Punta Ballena. Hundreds of sons of b*****s from Great Britain.

“No face masks on, jumping on top of cars, drunk, drinking alcohol in the street. A disaster. Where’s the police? A f*****g disgrace.”

German Health Minister Jens Spahn condemned the behaviour, warning that the “pandemic isn’t over”.

Magaluf – or Ballermann in German – is also a popular destination there. 

He said: “We are still in the middle of it. We have to try to prevent infections, particularly now in the holiday season.

“We must be very careful that Ballermann does not cause a second wave.”

Concerned locals fear the problem will only get worse as the number of holidaymakers jetting to Majorca rises.

One said: “At the moment the main six bars in Punta Ballena are open but in two weeks’ time everything’s going to be open so things are going to get worse unless the police manage to put a handle on it.”

Brits are free to holiday in Spain without having to quarantine for 14 days. 

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