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Brit tourists heading to party-mad Sunny Beach are now being warned to beware of the 'sex on the beach' scam, which has left some victims hospitalised. The girls at the heart of the brutal con trawl bars in the early hours looking for those who have over-indulged in the controversial resort , where a pint costs less than a pound. Crime bosses tell their girls - some said to be as young as 14 - to target those who are too drunk to stand by enticing them onto the sands with the promise of no strings attached sex.
However, once the victim is alone with the girl, a gang of men will emerge from the dark, ambush and mug him. One tourist warned: "Free sex on the beach will only lead to you getting robbed. My friend met this girl in a bar and headed to the beach. He spent most of the last two days of his holiday in the medical centre.
David Greene wrote on TripAdvisor: "Don't go to the beach with one of these prostitutes its where they work, they take people's money after taking them to a secluded spot. Welsh Lad added: "Lads go on the beach late at night with the 'girls', and before anything can happen, the heavies will appear and take all their money saying its a 'on the spot fine'.
The scale of the mafia's grip on Sunny Beach hit the headlines in when a notorious drugs lord was gunned down in front of Brit tourists. Dimitar Zhelyazkov, best known as Mityo the Eyes, was left fighting for his life following the gun battle at restaurant loved by holidaymakers.
Reports say parts of the resort - mainly bars and restaurants - are run by a few mafia families who have made millions out of the tourism boom. Their burly Mercedes-driving "soldiers" are a regular sight in the resort, dressed head-to-toe in black and weighed down with chunky gold chains.