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Hilarious moment ‘drunken’ British holidaymaker is carried passed out in Benidorm

Embarrassing moment ‘drunken’ British holidaymaker is carried passed out on the back of a mobility scooter on the party strip of Benidorm

  • The passed out woman was captured outside Rocky’s Pub on Calle Gerona
  • Her head is tilted back towards the sky with her eyes closed in a drunken stupor
  • Punters in nearby pubs begin cheering as the mobility scooter passes by 

A ‘drunken’ British holidaymaker had to be carried on the back of a mobility scooter after she passed out while partying in Benidorm in hilarious footage.

In the clip, which was captured outside Rocky’s Pub on Calle Gerona in the Spanish resort, the woman splays out on the back seat as she is wheeled through revellers.

Drunken tourists can be laughing and cheering as the woman – who appears to be intoxicated – tilts her head back as she is carted along the bumpy pavement. 

A ‘drunken’ British holidaymaker had to be carried on the back of a mobility scooter after she passed out while partying in Benidorm in hilarious footage

The man stops the mobility scooter as the crowd gather to take pictures as the woman momentarily wakes and lifts her head.  

Yogi Parkin, a DJ in Benidorm who filmed the clip on Friday and posted it on Facebook, said ‘nothing surprises him’ on the party hotspot anymore. 

He said: ‘I was DJing there last week and someone came over and asked me if I wanted one of his onion bhajis so nothing surprises me.

‘I’ve seen one old lady in a scooter with the grown men on it also.

In the clip, which was captured outside Rocky's Pub on Calle Gerona in the Spanish resort, the woman splays out on the back seat as she is wheeled through revellers

In the clip, which was captured outside Rocky’s Pub on Calle Gerona in the Spanish resort, the woman splays out on the back seat as she is wheeled through revellers

‘So nothing surprises me when I’m there.’

Mobility scooters like the one seen in the video have been officially banned from the pavements of Benidorm as of March this year.

The council that oversee the popular Spanish resort brought in a fine of £430 for violators and for anyone going faster than 12mph.

The rules also apply to Segways, unicycles and hover boards.    

The man stops the mobility scooter as the crowd gather to take pictures as the woman momentarily wakes and lifts her head

The man stops the mobility scooter as the crowd gather to take pictures as the woman momentarily wakes and lifts her head

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