Boozy Brits let rip in Ayia Napa with resort chaos ‘worst seen in 20 years’

It's chaos in Ayia Napa as revellers from the UK make the most of the resort totally reopening.

Boozed-up Brits have let their hair down and are having fun in the busy Cypriot resort as two years of Covid rules finally end.

The streets are packed with scantily-clad holidaymakers, including several spotted sucking on balloons.

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But while most revellers have kept under control, several needed a helping hand.

They included a girl who was treated by paramedics before being taken away in an ambulance.

And a lifeless young man was spotted slumped outside a club.

Taxi driver Angel Pittiri, 42, said: "This year so far is the worst I've seen it in 20 years."

But it's not just young Brits requiring assistance from authorities.

The Cyprus Mail reported on the search operation for an 80-year-old British man reported missing in the resort.

He was found alive last month near an area of overgrown vegetation.

The man was reported missing after a fire broke out in his car.

Using tracker dogs, police located him at around 9am on Tuesday, quite near to where he had abandoned the car.

The 80-year-old was taken by ambulance to the Famagusta General Hospital for checks.

Meanwhile, a British woman who spent more than a month in prison after local police said she lied about being sexually assaulted by up to 12 young Israeli tourists is taking her case to the European Court of Human Rights.

The 21-year-old university student, who was cleared of lying about the gang rape, is challenging a decision by Cypriot authorities not to order a fresh investigation into her alleged attack.

The woman, from Derbyshire, reported the alleged rape in 2019.

Her conviction for public mischief was overturned in January this year, but she is "determined to push for justice" and is now taking the case to Europe's highest court.

She maintains she was forced by officers to sign a confession withdrawing the rape complaint and pressured into saying she had lied.

Police in Cyprus have strongly denied all allegations of misconduct.


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