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    Sorry wasn't sure what forum to put this in... The girls and I will be going to Marbella this week and hope to go clubbing a couple of times. We are 17 and neither of us have fake ID I was just wondering to anyone that has been there how strict they are and if it's easy to get in in a group if we dress up? Thanks
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    When I went there, some places check, some places don't. It depends if you're lucky.

    You can give it a go, but I would recommend you wait til 18, because there's no point in travelling all the way there and only get in to the rubbish places.
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    Where abouts, puerto banus or actual marbella?

    puerto banus can be quite strict, my gf and I both get Id'd and were 24 haha

    marbella isnt as strict but some places do
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    I wouldn't count on getting in to be honest.
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    You could there to enjoy the beach, shopping, watersports and scenery. You don't have to go clubbing but Marbella is having a clamp down on underage drinking and teens have been known to get arrested for it so I would wait until you're 18.
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    When we went didn't get ID'd for anything. You should be fine!
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    (Original post by tim_123)
    Where abouts, puerto banus or actual marbella?

    puerto banus can be quite strict, my gf and I both get Id'd and were 24 haha

    marbella isnt as strict but some places do
    I guess 'actual marbella'?? Haha not near Puerto banus near the old town
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    (Original post by Madeline_H95)
    You could there to enjoy the beach, shopping, watersports and scenery. You don't have to go clubbing but Marbella is having a clamp down on underage drinking and teens have been known to get arrested for it so I would wait until you're 18.
    Can you tell me more about this 'clamp down' I'm kinda worried now!! D: my friends just innocently want to go clubbing a couple of times and people in places like Magaluf have no trouble so was just wondering... If we try and fail that's fine hope we don't get arrested :s
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    :nah: Jailbait! Security...children are among us, children are among us!
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    I hate it when girls do this, you ask them their age then they lielie
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    (Original post by iceangel8)
    Can you tell me more about this 'clamp down' I'm kinda worried now!! D: my friends just innocently want to go clubbing a couple of times and people in places like Magaluf have no trouble so was just wondering... If we try and fail that's fine hope we don't get arrested :s
    I had friends go and you had police on street corners randomly breathalysing teenagers and checking ID's in detail. Arrests were made if someone had alcohol in their system but a fake ID or no ID. Clubs are being fined more for not checking ID's properly so there's been an increase in professional training to spot fake ID's. Some clubs require ID along the lines of an EU approved ID card, passport or driver's ID as they're more standard and easier to spot a fake. Silly behavious which before would have been let go is now arrestable, chargeable and fineable. This would include being sick in the street is now an offence for litter, the same is for urinating, damaging property is punished more, swimming in the seas after beaches have closed (some don't close) is punishable and very often done as it's cheaper to have cops patrolling the shores of hotspots than it is to continually resuce drunk people being taken out to sea in a current. SWearing, shouting, revealing yourself to people is all fineable and common now if the police catch you. It's all along those lines. Huge increases in what is now a public order offence have come into operation and more police are patrolling. If the police catch you, you will be fined and charged, they will not give you a free pass just because it's your first time. It's all zero tolerance.
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    (Original post by iceangel8)
    Can you tell me more about this 'clamp down' I'm kinda worried now!! D: my friends just innocently want to go clubbing a couple of times and people in places like Magaluf have no trouble so was just wondering... If we try and fail that's fine hope we don't get arrested :s
    Places like magaluf, malia etc are different in that i guess theyre used to underage drinkers from the UK, from what I know marbella is a mix of families and people clubbing so the rules are enforced more.
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    (Original post by iceangel8)
    Sorry wasn't sure what forum to put this in... The girls and I will be going to Marbella this week and hope to go clubbing a couple of times. We are 17 and neither of us have fake ID I was just wondering to anyone that has been there how strict they are and if it's easy to get in in a group if we dress up? Thanks
    #alcoholic
    no srylsy this isnt kl liek just wait till ur 18 init
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    (Original post by iceangel8)
    Sorry wasn't sure what forum to put this in... The girls and I will be going to Marbella this week and hope to go clubbing a couple of times. We are 17 and neither of us have fake ID I was just wondering to anyone that has been there how strict they are and if it's easy to get in in a group if we dress up? Thanks
    underage drinking means ull have sex and get prengnant and die :eek:
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    All you can do is TRY and get in to the club in Marbella... if you get turned away by the bouncers then TRY somewhere else, nothing wrong with trying in different clubs. Act confident when you are in range with the bouncers, if you can say something to them when you are close to them then do but make it quick, you are showing confidence and showing that you have nothing to hide.
    I am going in August and trying everywhere. Who waits till they turn 18.😂
 
 
 
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