A British couple claims that a Peeping Tom hotel worker filmed them having sex during their Spanish vacation
- Abigail Higson and Osama Qazi say one of the hotel workers filmed them having sex
- Couple claims they were interrupted in the middle of sex by the ‘pervert’ employee
- HSM employees denied the allegations and accused the couple of being drunk
A British couple claims a worker at the ‘Peping Tom’ hotel filmed them having sex – and only noticed when they switched positions.
Abigail Higson and Osama Qazi, both 28, were in the middle of sex in Magaluf, Mallorca, when they said they noticed the hotel operator.
The couple’s allegations were dismissed by staff at the HSM Sándalo Beach hotel – who said the allegations were untrue and that the couple had been drunk.
Abigail Higson and Osama Kadi, both 28, were having sex in Magaluf, Mallorca, when they said they noticed a hotel worker
‘I saw him and screamed,’ said Abigail, an Amazon delivery worker. I was terrified.
He pulled out his phone and looked like he was taking a picture of us.
I pushed him out of the room and yelled at him, “What are you pervert doing?”
The Bradford couple booked an 11-night holiday at the Maguluf away from their two children who were staying with Abigail’s mother.
After paying £558 for the three-star flight, hotel bosses said they called police because of the noise – but the couple insist it was them who called the authorities.
“We were trying to control problems caused by two guests who were drunk,” said Bernat Matemalis, commercial director of HSM Group.
The couple has moved to another hotel and says they are now staying the doors during love sessions
The couple has moved to another hotel and says they are now staying the doors during love sessions.
It didn’t spoil our sex life, Abigail said.
“Now we’re away from the kids, we’re in for a marathon sex session.”
It comes as Mallorca has put tough new regulations on British vacationers – limiting them to just six free all-inclusive drinks per day to stem anti-social behaviour.
The regulations, announced by the Balearic government in January, also prohibit the sale of alcoholic beverages in stores between 9:30 pm and 8 am, as well as pub crawls, two-for-one drink shows and happy hours in certain locations in Magaluf, El Arenal and Playa de Palma in Mallorca and Sant Antoni de Portmany in Ibiza.
The laws are an attempt to clean up the image of resorts like Magaluf after the 2014 scandal when a British holidaymaker was filmed performing sexual acts on 24 men.
The incident prompted Mallorca’s chief politician at the time – José Ramon Bauza – to describe Punta Ballena’s infamous Magaluf bar as “500m of shame”.