Naked female tourists filmed strolling through Magaluf with a friend wearing nothing but a G-string after wild night of partying (Photos)

Two women were caught on camera strolling through clubbing hotspot Magaluf – one stark naked and the other wearing nothing but a tiny G-string.

Footage filmed by shocked bystanders shows the pair chatting to two pals who were clothed.

But soon, one of the holidaymakers realises they’re being recorded and shouted out in what appeared to be a Scottish accent ‘Oh my God’ before covering her backside with her hands and walking away.

It was not immediately clear whether the pair had been skinny-dipping after a night out or there was another more sinister explanation for why they had no clothes on.

The footage appeared to be shot near a well-known bar just off the main Punta Ballena strip in Magaluf.

A local paper said it had been taken early this morning.

Male onlookers could be overheard laughing at the group of women as they looked on at the surreal scene in front of them.

Magaluf’s attempts to improve its image – and distance itself from some of the more lurid scenes of the last few years – took a slap in the face last weekend when a shocking street brawl broke out last weekend between England and Scotland fans.

Three people were identified and fined after footage of the drunken hooligans throwing chairs at each other in clashes after last Saturday’s World Cup qualifier went viral.

Earlier a group of around 20 Brits in the neighbouring resort of Palmanova were fined after running through the streets naked to the beach for a dip in the sea before racing back to their hotel.

They were filmed jogging past children on their way back, making little or no attempt to cover up their private parts.

A spokesman for Calvia Council, which covers the Magaluf and Palmanova areas, confirmed afterwards: “The local police in Calvia have identified and fined a group of tourists who ran naked through Palmanova.

“Officers have discovered the hotel they were staying in and identified the group of 20 British holidaymakers who appeared in a video of the incident.

“Of the 20, police fined 18 immediately for infringing by-laws designed to encourage co-existence and another for obstructing traffic.

“The tourists have paid the fine on the spot and apologised.

“Calvia Town Hall is not going to permit this type of behaviour and congratulates the local police for the speed with which it has acted.”



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