By Euro Weekly News Media • 06 July 2017 • 10:55
Shirtless tourists are set to face fines in Marbella
MARBELLA has announced a new law that will see shirtless holidaymakers fined €120- €500 in certain areas.
Public Safety councillor Javier Porcuna explained that the new legislation was inspired by other Spanish cities such as Barcelona, who already have similar sanctions in place.
The bill has yet to pass the approval of the Local Council, but once it has it will be active throughout the year in the majority of public spaces.
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I do dislike seeing shirtless people dining in restaurants and cafes etc.
Does this incudes shirtless women
Many German nudist FKK clubs were closed when our migrant friends arrived on European shores. Does this smack of creeping Sharia to anyone?
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