‘Hero’ Magaluf hotel security guard goes viral for giving group of Brits a VERY sarcastic


‘Hero’ Magaluf hotel security guard goes viral for giving group of Brits a VERY sarcastic telling-off in ‘Spanglish’ over 7am antics

  • The guard gives the lads a round of applause and imitates their rowdy behaviour

A Magaluf hotel security guard has gone viral with a video clip of him sarcastically scolding a group of rowdy British tourists in ‘Spanglish’.

The video, which was shared on TikTokshows the burly guard marching into the lads’ Punta Ballena hotel room with a wry grin on his face as he counts: ‘One, two, three, cuatro, cinco, seis, y siete.’

After giving a sarcastic round of applause, he points out the window and says ‘In the morning, in the waaaaaaaaaa…’ as he imitates their rowdy behaviour in broken English.

As one of the group sheepishly mutters ‘sorry’, the guard quips: ‘Perfecto. Perfecto, my friends. Muy bien.’

As the lads stand around in their swim shorts looking worse for wear, the uniformed guard looks at his watch and says: ‘Six in the morning, seven in the morning.’

A Magaluf hotel security guard has gone viral with a video clip of him sarcastically scolding a group of rowdy British tourists in 'Spanglish'

A Magaluf hotel security guard has gone viral with a video clip of him sarcastically scolding a group of rowdy British tourists in ‘Spanglish’

After giving a sarcastic round of applause, he points out the window and says 'In the morning, in the waaaaaaaaaa...' as he imitates their rowdy behaviour

After giving a sarcastic round of applause, he points out the window and says ‘In the morning, in the waaaaaaaaaa…’ as he imitates their rowdy behaviour

He then explains that families with young children had been unable to sleep because of the racket they were making.

He adds that several guests had called reception about the Brits’ unruly behaviour as the lads continue to apologise awkwardly.

Before leaving the room, the guard can be heard warning the tourists: ‘Tomorrow in the morning, in the manager…’

One commented on the video: ‘Haha, this guard is class. What a guy.’

Another joked: ‘Me after putting “advanced English” on my CV.’

And a third wrote: ‘I think they understand him perfectly.’



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