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Startled expats complain after X-rated sculptures erected in front of Costa Blanca beach

Startled expats complain after X-rated sculptures depicting sex acts are erected in front of Costa Blanca beach

  • Statues of figures engaged in sexual acts at beach in Spain causing controversy
  • Artwork slammed as ‘bordering on pornographic’, and caused locals to complain
  • One horrified British ex-pat said he wouldn’t take his grandchildren to the beach 

Sexually graphic artwork on a beach in Spain has led outraged British expats to complain to the local council.

Sculptures at a popular Costa Blanca beach in Alicante show figures engaged in X-rated sexual acts including threesomes are causing controversy among beach-goers. 

The sculptures have been described as ‘bordering on pornographic’ and unsuitable for a place frequented by young children. 

Sexually suggestive artwork on a beach in Spain has led outraged British expats to complain to the local council

Sculptures at the Costa Blanca in Alicante show figures engaged in sexual acts

Sculptures at the Costa Blanca in Alicante show figures engaged in sexual acts

One horrified British ex-pat Dave Mills, 73, said he could no longer take his grandchildren to the beach. 

‘Thousands of visitors and locals, including children walk along the ‘passeo’ and will not be able to miss the pornographic elements,’ he told The Sun. 

‘I definitely won’t be taking my grand-children there.’

One horrified British ex-pat Dave Mills, 73, said he could no longer take his grandchildren to the beach

One horrified British ex-pat Dave Mills, 73, said he could no longer take his grandchildren to the beach 

Holidaymaker Andy Mansell noted that some of the sculptures were 'obvious, others are indecipherable and a few are bordering on pornographic'

Holidaymaker Andy Mansell noted that some of the sculptures were ‘obvious, others are indecipherable and a few are bordering on pornographic’

Holidaymaker Andy Mansell noted that some of the sculptures were ‘obvious, others are indecipherable and a few are bordering on pornographic.’

However another anonymous beach-goer, 62, told the publication that the art had taught her ‘a thing or two’ and helped her to keep an open mind. 

‘I must admit I kind of like them – it broadens the mind somewhat,’ she said. 

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk


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