They are the ones, the locals say, who are carousing, brawling and getting violently sick. They are the ones crowding into health clinics seeking morning-after pills and help for sexually transmitted diseases. They are the ones who seem to have one vacation plan: drinking themselves into oblivion.
"They scream, they sing, they fall down, they take their clothes off, they cross-dress, they vomit," Malia's mayor, Konstantinos Lagoudakis, said in an interview. "It is only the British people — not the Germans or the French."
"The government of Britain has to do something," Lagoudakis said. "These people are giving a bad name to their country."
The report did not distinguish between medical cases and arrests associated with drunkenness and those that had nothing to do with it. But it did say that "many arrests are due to behavior caused by excessive drinking."
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