Brit snorts suspicious white powder off car in Magaluf despite tough new rules on bad behaviour

SHOCKING footage appears to show a British holidaymaker snorting a suspicious white powder off a car in Magaluf in front of tourists.

The tourist brazenly consumed the white powder off his wrist outside a restaurant as a couple at the party resort walked by – despite attempts by the party town to crack down on bad behaviour.

 A British holidaymaker was filmed snorting a suspicious white powder off an Audi in the party town of Magaluf
A British holidaymaker was filmed snorting a suspicious white powder off an Audi in the party town of Magaluf

The tourist seemed pretty unconcerned as the British owner of a white Audi he had laid his wallet on so he could sniff the drug yelled at him to get away from her car.

He picked up his belongings as the woman shouted: “Get off my f##king car now. Shift.”

No police could be seen in the 12-second video.

A teenage girl with the drug user could be seen standing beside him as he brazenly snorted the powder before disappearing out of sight as the couple walked by.

A Spanish woman commenting on the footage said: “Amazing. Imagine coming out of the restaurant with your children and family and seeing this idiot doing that.

“I don’t want this sort of tourism in my neighbourhood.”

She added in a later post: “And good for the person who filmed it.

“I hope his family see this and he’s named and shamed.

“Welcome to Magaluf.”

An expat Brit added: “He wasn’t even in a hurry after the car owner shouted at him.”

Another suggested he could have bought the drugs from African street sellers working in the area known as Looky Looky men.

Magaluf is in the spotlight after a third Brit died last week in a plunge from the same apartment block.

Thomas Channon, 18, from Rhoose near Barry, south Wales, was on his first ever holiday with friends to celebrate completing his A-levels.

He died after falling 70ft from Magaluf apartment block Eden Roc.

He was staying at a nearby hotel and is thought to have lost his balance on a seventh-floor walkway leading into the private block.

On June 3 Welshman Tom Hughes, 20, died when he fell near the entrance to the same apartment block after also mistaking the building for his hotel.

On April 27 Scots bar worker Natalie Cormack died at Eden Roc after trying to edge her way along an overhang around a locked entrance door after she discovered she didn’t have keys to get in.

A glass panel was subsequently erected at the spot where she died in a bid to avoid a fresh tragedy.

Magaluf mayor Alfonso Rodriguez called a meeting after the first two deaths which British diplomats were summoned to.

He ruled out speculation drugs may have been to blame for the tragedies, saying they had been caused by excess alcohol.

We pay for your stories! Do you have a story for The Sun Online news team? Email us at or call 0207 782 4368 . We pay for videos too. Click here to upload yours



Leave a Reply

This website uses cookies. By continuing to use this site, you accept our use of cookies.  Learn more