Brit Couple Have Sex in Croatian Alley – They Should Have Chosen The Dominican
A certain lust-filled couple were filmed by angry locals in the historic Croatian resort of Split. The pair of British tourist drew the attention of locals after their sexual antics became loud enough to awaken the locals.
In the footage, the woman is seen—with her bottoms below her ankles—passionately kissing her lover. The man then lifts her against a wall before they fall to the floor, locked in heated romance regardless of the presence of a male pedestrian.
“The British girl was moaning which alerted the entire neighbourhood,” said one angry resident in a report.
“I needed to explain to my kid why this woman was so loud and told them she was not feeling well.
“They had sex against the wall and on the ground, relaxed like they were in bed at home.”
Another local said: “Have they no shame? It may be OK to fornicate in public in the United Kingdom, but it is unacceptable here.”
“This is not the first time that young British tourists have had sex in the street, not caring who is passing by.”
Rather than risking arrest or disturbing the peace of the neighbourhood, the lust-filled couple should have taken a trip to the Dominican. Vacationing at an erotic location like the Oxygen Retreatallows couple to enjoy a day of sun and sand and more importantly, more than enough sexual playtime in a private suite—allowing couples to appreciate their bodies and explore their fantasies without drawing the attention of anyone.
Unlike the Croatian alley, a Dominican vacation gives couples an opportunity to spend quality and uninterrupted time with their better half.
Earlier this year, council chiefs inMagaluf introduced strict laws against badly-behaving Brits with various street signs warning them of heavy fines for street drinking, nudity and fighting.
The signs were put up as part of the campaign to discourage some the outlandish behaviour committed by British holidaymakers in Magaluf.
“They form part of an image-led campaign to promote good behaviour and inform people of the sanctions for breaching by-laws designed to encourage co-existence between visitors and locals,” said the council in a press release.
“The campaign is directed at young people who tend to use these streets and the signs have been erected on street lamps in both streets in English and Spanish, using primary colours and eye-catching letters so they stand out from other street signs.”
“Another of the keys is highlighting the amount of the fine, because it’s a dissuasive measure.”
Local authorities have introduced dozens of new by-laws to punish uncivil behaviour in its campaignto clean up the resort’s image—especially after a British teenager was filmed years ago performing sex acts on a string of men in a bar.
The new rules prohibit defecating in public places, having sex in public and stripping off in public as well as littering and tearing branches off trees.
The campaign is identified with the hashtag #havefunwithrespect.