Saturday 3 December 2016

'As she pulls me in by the arm, a bag of cocaine drops between us on the floor' - It’s Magaluf time of year again, writes Niamh Horan

Published 10/07/2016 | 19:26

Magaluf MADNESS: (l-r) Fights break out; Chlamydia sign outside the clinic; Absinthe is e20; Sunday Independent journalist Niamh Horan; strippers; a reveller passed out in the street
Magaluf MADNESS: (l-r) Fights break out; Chlamydia sign outside the clinic; Absinthe is e20; Sunday Independent journalist Niamh Horan; strippers; a reveller passed out in the street

She is a beauty.

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With a billion watt smile and a giant mop of chestnut curls, she squeezes in beside me at the bar to order a drink. I smile and she responds with a flash of white teeth that lights up the entire dark dingy basement.

She looks like any other young girl enjoying the balmy nightlife on her summer break from home.

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