A BRIT has been attacked of £400 by a squad of girls in Benidorm on day one of his first-ever lads’ holiday.
Alex Ayland, 20, from Lydney, Gloucs, headed out to a Spanish traveller hotspot with a organisation of pals final week.
But his balmy getaway fast incited into a calamity when he was attacked of all his holiday money on a initial day by “two girls touching him up”.
His calamity story was suggested by his silent Mand who common a story on a Benidorm Facebook group, seeking others to “give him a smile” if they saw him.
She wrote: “Me and hubby come to Benidorm each year since we adore a place.
“Our 20-year-old son arrived yesterday with some friends and was attacked of £400 from dual girls touching him up.
“It was his initial holiday but us. He rang us in tears, it was all he had.
“My indicate is if we see him could we give him a grin and hello, he wanted to get a initial moody home.”
Sun Online formerly suggested how pickpockets aim Brits in a streets of a Spanish review to take valuables and holiday cash.
The womanlike gangs, who infrequently poise as prostitutes, were formerly filmed teaming adult during bustling crossroads to take from boozy group on their approach home after a night out.
Footage taken from a hotel patio and posted on amicable media shows one lady regularly grabbing an English holidaymaker who appears fluid on his feet.
She tries to put her hands into a pockets of his shorts and afterwards pushes him around a dilemma and backs him into a wall as he shouts for a crony called Steve.
He eventually untangles himself from his relentless pursuer and she is filmed returning to her kick on a categorical road.
Now cops have launched a crackdown on a criminals – who mostly spin out to be well-organised Eastern European crooks.
A Romanian lady was arrested progressing this year for hidden £400 from a Brit traveller and another for pinching a £5,000 watch from an aged man.
Another lady was seized after she took a wallet containing £400 from another holidaymaker.
Tourists are being warned about a crooks on a Facebook page set adult to prominence crime and scams in a Spanish resort.
One traveller suggested a crony was attacked after entrance out of a renouned bar progressing this year.
He said: “Just walked out of Morgan’s, my partner left dual mins before us by that time he had been attacked of all by a prostitutes…be careful.”
Tourists have also reported carrying their wallets, purses, passports and even luggage swiped as shortly as they step off airfield buses outward hotels.
Another plant wrote: “My 84-year-old father had his wallet stolen 5 mins after removing off a manager outward Don Pancho Hotel.
“And also on Wednesday afternoon in a indoor marketplace my sister had her wallet stolen.”
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