Brothel Mykonos is now a popular holiday destination for soccer stars who visit the island to enjoy its sandy beaches, sun-kissed beaches and lively nightlife for brothel.
In the past, it has gained popularity with famous athletes in England, including Harry Maguire and Dele Alli, for managing to stay off the quarantine list of the government.
The temperature typically reaches an average around 29C throughout the day , and approximately 24C at night which makes it a sun-lovers ideal destination.
At night, Brothel Mykonos truly comes alive The island has several of the most luxurious night clubs that draw DJs like Calvin Harris, Erick Morillo and Fatboy Slim to play sets in front of crowds of thousands.
But, its blissful music has a sinister underneath.
Gangs have also established homes for Brothel Mykonos and are keen to make money from popular holiday lifestyle and are frequently targeted by tourists who come to the island.
In other cases, fights and fights have erupted in the bars and nightclubs on the island.
Manchester United captain Harry Maguire’s sister who is 20 years old Daisy was brutally stabbed in the arm using straw made of metal by an supposed “gangster-style” Albanian businessman.
Greek police reported that officers were required to stop an argument between two groups in an establishment where three foreigners verbally abused and attacked a policeman.
The England Defender was later detained under suspicion of the bribery, assault and disobedience in connection with the incident.
Maguire has strongly denied all the accusations against him.
Brothel Mykonos addiction
Since Brothel Mykonos Addiction was made an increasingly popular destination for tourists both sun-lovers and locals have been faced with increasing levels of crime , as well as the rise of gangs that hope to make use of Mykonos as a way to sell drugs throughout other parts of Greece or Europe.
The previous year, Myknos’s Mayor Dimitris Tzanos submitted a letter that was titled “urgent” where he warned that the police force on Myknos that it was “tragically understaffed”.
He continued to climb it, but was not able to cope with the increase in burglaries, thefts and violent crimes, and drug-related crime.
The plea for help from the mainland was made on the 26th of July, one day following the shooting of a man and injured in what local media described as an apparent turf battle between two rival groups.
The letter was sent out within a short time. sent, a person was arrested carrying an arsenal of small weapons on an unidentified ferry.
This month Greek authorities arrested an individual, who is 38 years old they believe to be part of an organized drug-smuggling group after finding an empty suitcase with marijuana inside.
They were concerned that cannabis would be offered by dealers to people who want to be high during the holidays.