Holiday wrecked by porn movies

A FAMILY'S long-awaited holiday was ruined because steamy porn movies were being filmed in the same hotel. The Vearncombes, from Weston Village, went on their first holiday in four years to Bulgaria earlier this month and arrived to find girls doing tople

A FAMILY'S long-awaited holiday was ruined because steamy porn movies were being filmed in the same hotel.The Vearncombes, from Weston Village, went on their first holiday in four years to Bulgaria earlier this month and arrived to find girls doing topless photo shoots and pornographic films.Mum Casey said she was 'shocked and disgusted' by what she saw at the Elenite Hotel and is demanding her £1,300 back. The Weston General Hospital nurse said: "I had to spend the whole week trying to keep my seven-year-old son Louis away from it all."We bought the holiday as an all-inclusive family break but the film crew turned up and started using the hotel rooms and even the private beach."There were naked women, cameras and those silver screens up, it was the talk of the hotel what was going on. It was horrible seeing all these girls at the next table during breakfast or dinner and then knowing what their day involved."There were even rumours they were running a brothel on top of the hotel as well."All the families at the hotel were trying to keep their children unaware of what was happening and it left us completely on edge and nervous throughout. One mum said her kids had been faced by full on naked women."It was our first holiday for years and it took a long time to save up for it. Our lovely family holiday was ruined and I'm absolutely disgusted."It didn't even feel right taking any holiday snaps. I still can't believe it happened."Tour firm First Choice has apologised for any distress caused to the family.A spokesman said: "We were advised by several customers about the problem. As soon as we were approached we spoke to the hotelier and received assurances in writing that it would cease immediately.


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