Shameless couples are targeted on a Facebook page dedicated to outing boozed-up tourists spotted romping in Magaluf.
On the Facebook page some of the shocking photos were shared which shows a young men and women getting up close and personal in the streets and nightclubs of the notorious resort.
This pair were caught at it on a sun lounger in the party resort
The side of a road was this couple’s location of choice
The couple were seen getting cosy on a pavement
This woman was seen getting her kit back on in the Spanish tourist hotspot
This young woman apparently couldn’t wait to get home
This couple were also seen getting it on on a pavement
A balcony overlooking a busy strip seemed to appeal to this shadowy pair
Maga Walk of Shame, a website which became a a massive hit with holiday reps and has quickly attracted thousands of followers.
The page also features pictures and videos, posted by other tourists, of half-naked girls walking back to their hotels and holiday apartments after a wild night out.
Many look worse for wear as they stagger down the main strip the morning after a big night.
A Walk of Shame is defined in the Urban Dictionary as “walking back home the day after an unplanned casual sexual encounter, typically dressed in the same clothes as the previous evening”.
Highlights include those still dressed to the nines walking past other holidaymakers enjoying their breakfasts.
One rep said: “They used to say what happens in Magaluf stays in Magaluf… but not anymore. These photos will give some a lasting reminder of the best holiday of their lives.
This party girl tackles some steps the morning after a big night out
It looks like these two didn’t bother with their costumes for an early morning dip
This young lass is clearly dressed for 9pm not 9am
One girl ditches her dancing shoes for the start of her walk
She’s definitely lost something…and it’s not just her dignity
Most of the photos on the site are taken by fellow tourists
These girls star in the ultimate Walk of Shame photo
“However, for some they may bring back some pretty unwelcome memories. A few may also have to answer some tricky questions when they get back home.”
Some people even questioned the website for invading peoples’ privacy.
One person commented: “The whole point of going to Magaluf is to have a proper wild time. You don’t need some idiot filming your every move.”
But those that work in the island resort have defended the popular page.
The controversial Facebook page has thousands of followers
This lass was left feeling red-faced and it wasn’t just down to the sun
One 20-year-old worker at the infamous Spanish resort, who asked to remain anonymous, said it’s just a “bit of banter”.
Speaking to Daily Star Online, he said: “If you’re going to go to Magaluf, expect to be on it. It is just a bit of banter and a bit of a joke.
“None of the girls seem to mind and mostly just have a laugh along with it.”
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