A business owner in Malia has lifted the lid on the booze-soaked debauchery of revelers in the Greek party town.
Located on the island of Crete, the main strip is a favourite of fun-loving Brits who enjoy all-night drinking and table dancing.
Parascos Wlf, who owns 24 hour inking parlour Kings Tattoo, has revealed one of the wildest things he has seen during the raucous summer season.
He told the Daily Star: “The craziest thing I’ve seen is a man was masturbating behind my back.”
The tattoo artist says he was inking the man’s friend when he noticed the boozed-up lad had his hands down his pants.
Parascos asked the drunken party goer if he wanted to visit the toilet.
But the randy lad refused to stop performing the sex act prompting the Greek business owner to throw him out of his shop.
He added: “At 3am they are drunk and their morals are taken down, they lose their inhibitions.”
Raunchy images flood social media every summer showing scantily-clad Brits drinking cheap alcohol in Malia’s many bars, clubs and beach parties.
In June, it emerged that Malia has taken over from Magaluf as the destination that Brits are most likely to head to if they want a crazy, drunken summer holiday.
A holiday bookings firm revealed that the infamous Spanish resort isn’t even in the top five places for bookings this year as Greek resorts take over for young Brits after sun, sea and shots.
Nathan Cable from Party Hard Travel told the Daily Star: “Malia has overtaken Kavos as the most popular destination for our party travelers.”
He added: “Bookings are exploding for us this year and 2018 looks to be our best year yet.”
Malia may be popular with Brits this summer, but last year 10,000 bookings were turned away as the town tried to shed its wild image.
Deputy mayor Efthymios Moutrakis told The Times: “We’ve given these tour operators a free hand in branding an image completely alien to what Malia really is.
He said: “Malia isn’t about sex, drugs and everything goes. It’s the prime tourist destination in Crete, bringing in millions of euros to the island.”
Source: The Sun