Boozy Brits are being booted out of Spanish party resort hotels in their droves, new figures show.
The number of badly-behaving tourists expelled from hotels in Magaluf and the neighbouring resort of Palmanova - for everything from alleged assaults to balcony jumping - has rocketed.
Figures released by the local hotel association show 47 holidaymakers were asked to leave the place they were staying in the Majorcan resorts last month, compared to 24 in June last year.
The Palmanova-Magaluf Hotel Association confirmed that 94% were British and virtually all had been kicked out of hotels in rowdy Magaluf.
Young revellers rampage through the Majorcan town of Magaluf
It said the number of people shown the red card in the association's hotels in the two resorts so far this year was now 73.
The tally takes the total number of hotel guests expelled from establishments in Magaluf and Palmanova since 2010 to a staggering 1257.
Brits have now topped the league of shame every year since 2010 when expulsions began.
A teenager is loaded into an ambulance after passing out
Association president Sebastian Darder said: "We want young tourism but not drunk tourism.
"Hooligans have no place here in Magaluf and Palmanova."
Some of the holidaymakers asked to leave were accused of assaulting or insulting staff and others for throwing bottles into the street from their hotel room.
Shameless Brits relieve themselves in the streets
There were also instances of tourists jumping from their balconies, destroying furniture in their rooms, and in one case assaulting their partner.
Police were called in several cases to make sure they left peacefully or make arrests.
Alfonso Rodriguez Badal, mayor of the municipality of Calvia, which covers Magaluf, last month told tourist louts: "We don't want you here," and called on party bars to do away with 'Happy Hours'.
Majorca politicians have banned displays of booze from outside shops
He called on bar owners in areas like Magaluf party strip Punta Ballena to stop offering alcohol at knockdown prices and commit to ongoing efforts to reconvert the holiday hotspot.
His comments came after a string of incidents involving British tourists which have threatened to derail attempts to distance Magaluf from its traditional 'Shagaluf' nickname, including an ugly street fight between English and Scottish hooligan football fans and a serious attack at a hotel by Brits last month.
Expulsions and percentage of Brits since 2010
2010 - 172 (92 per cent Brits)
2011 - 166 (98 per cent Brits)
2012 - 147 (88 per cent Brits)
2013 - 254 (87 per cent Brits)
2014 - 130 (86 per cent Brits)
2015 - 116 (75 per cent Brits)
2016 - 199 (83 per cent Brits)
2017 - 73 so far this year (94 per cent Brits)