Some Brit girls who consciously or unconsciously may have forgotten their wild party adventures in Spain’s infamous hotel resort may “relive “so through pictures posted online. A Facebook site has been set “outing” pretty boozed up Brits in a “Walk of Shame” page dedicated fully to the sex-fueled town of Magaluf in Spain, quickly garnering thousands of followers.
The Maga Walk of Shame page features mainly candid photos and videos of half-naked girls walking back to their hotels or holiday apartments in wasted conditions after a wild night of booze, partying, and other stuff.
Most of the photos posted are far from flattering. Some could be seen staggering down the main strip due to their drunk state. Some have embarrassing important pieces of undergarments missing, while some are aware of cameras clicking and try to hide their faces in humiliation.
A Walk of Shame even has its own definition in the Urban Dictionary that describes it as “walking back home the day after an unplanned casual sexual encounter, typically dressed in the same clothes as the previous evening.”
Someone working in the resort has justified some of them taking such photos of wild partygoers. He said: “They used to say that what happened in Magaluf stays in Magaluf… but not anymore. These photos will give some a lasting reminder of the best holiday of their lives. However, for some, they may bring back some pretty unwelcome memories. A few may also have to answer some tricky questions when they go back home.”
The website has received some strong criticisms. One social media user commented: “The whole point of going back to Magaluf is to have a proper wild time. You don’t need some idiot filming your every move.”
Those working in the resort came to the defense of the Facebook page. One said: “It’s just a bit of banter. None of the girls seem to mind and mostly just laugh along with it.”
Last week, it was also reported that rowdy British tourists “tearing up” the Magaluf strip this summer have triggered crisis talks as local officials crack down on boozed-up tourists.