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Mauritius: A couple of French tourists verbally abused by a renter of sunbeds

The beach of Pereybere in the north of Mauritius was the scene of a violent verbal altercation between a couple of French tourists, native of Auvergne and a Mauritian renter of sunbeds.
This insulted the couple and the discussion escalated to the point of seeing two coastguards ashore to settle the dispute.
Yet the French tourists ensure they were placed right next to the of sunbeds and they knew "this is not a free service", as they explain site.

In addition, the Coast Guard arrived on the scene would have specifically asked the couple to move "on the other side of the beach", depending on the version of the couple of tourists.
That completely refutes the direction of Coast Guard of Mauritius, explaining that the couple has voluntarily changed places after the altercation.

"These French there are wild; do not think that they are decent people!"
 The director of the Beach Authority, managing the coastal area, when asked about this matter reacted virulently against the French couple tourists.

"These French there are wild; do not think that they are respectable people! They went bothering this man and I understand him He needs to work to earn his bread", said Subhas Seerutun.

Fabrice François

1.Posted by malejacq on 04/09/2013 12:34 PM
Il est à noter que la législation Mauricienne précise bien que les plages sont publiques et que les plages privées mêmes celles des hôtels sont illégales.

Ils est donc tout à fait possible de ce mettre sur le sable à coté de transats en toute légalité.

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