Porn Site Uses Real Footages of Teens on a Holiday in Magaluf, Spain

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By Athena Yenko | August 25, 2014 11:56 AM EST

A porn site is using real footage of young tourist girls as they behave wildly during their travel in the infamous island of Magaluf, Spain.

Most of the girls were drunken British teens participating in sex games on boats and clubs. Sex games, shown in the videos posted on the porn site, involved having girls performed actual sex acts with men or random boys and girls being paired up and then cheered on to have sex as the crowd watched them.

The site has hundreds of videos and is amassing profit by luring viewers to watch a 60-second clip for free and then asking for payment if the viewers want to access more videos.

Blurbs for the porn site attract patrons by saying that the videos have "100% real girls partying on vacation, taking part in bar crawls and wet T-shirt competitions, getting naughty, naked and­ downright dirty" and "no fakes and no paid actresses."

Whoever is/are behind the porn site is scrupulously avoiding being tracked. The domain name was traced to a man living in Worcester, but the server was owned by a Brighton-based internet firm.  In July 2014, the ownership information was changed all throughout and is now tracked to an address in Australia, The Mirror UK found.

Prof Gavin Phillipson of the University of Durham said that the teens in the video may know footages are being taken, but these youngsters might not have known that the materials will be used by a porn site. If this is the case, then the site is guilty of serious invasion of privacy.

"It could be a serious invasion of privacy, an intimate area of private life. The girl could have a reduced expectation of privacy, but what you would look at would be did they know it would be put online, on a commercial website?" Phillipson told The Mirror.

In an updated guideline on Partying Safely Overseas published by the Australian Government, travelers are being advised to know their alcohol limits.

Too much alcohol affects a person's judgment and can lead to making poor decisions. A drunken individual can be injured, robbed, arrested and sexually assaulted, the guideline reads.

Travelers are also being advised to be aware about drink spiking.

Drink spiking involves strangers offering unsafe alcoholic beverages that cause victim to collapse and lost consciousness. Cocktails can be mixed with harmful substances, particularly methanol.

Methanol causes serious illness, blindness, brain injury or death.

Symptoms of methanol poisoning includes fatigue, headaches and nausea, similar to the effects as excessive drinking, but with pronounced vision problems that may include blurred or snowfield vision, flashes of light, tunnel vision, changes in colour perception, dilated pupils, difficulty looking at bright lights, or blindness.

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