Bar in top Brit holiday hotspot slammed for selling 400 shots at a time – as well as vodka by the PINT | The Sun

A BAR located in a top Brit holiday hotspot has been slammed for selling 400 shots at a time and vodka by the pint.

The Beggars Inn Pub in Malta has been blasted online after displaying the bizarre offers on an outside board.

The boozer sells a vodka and Coke for £3.85 or customers are able to buy pint of vodka for just £4.25.

But the sign also reads: “400 vodka shots €129.90” which works out at £110.

The pub is located in St Julian’s where thousands of Brits head each year on holiday – and the island is also home to about 5,000 expats.

The cheap-booze advertisement created a stir online with some slamming the bar and others left in awe.


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One said said: “£110 is an expensive way to kick the bucket I guess.”

Another agreed, adding: “It’s actually crazy.”

A third woman joked: “Does it taste like paint stripper?”

A fourth added: “400 vodka shots, that's 17 bottles of vodka.”

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One more said: “That place gets very busy, just across the road from a great restaurant.

“It certainly attracts the younger holidaymakers, and most stand in the street.”

Another visitor added: “It was absolutely disgusting in there last night.

“Dread to think of the state when English are actually in town.”

However, others were ready to jet off after seeing this crazy deal.

One bloke said: “Setting the tone ahead of a daft weekend.”

A second added: “Going to be a rough do, we fly out tomorrow morning.

“Seen a lot of places with these prices.”

One more said: “Just over 30 pence a vodka shot, next boys holiday confirmed.”

It comes as Majorca and Ibiza are cracking down on holidaying Brits' rowdy behaviour.

They were warned last month that they could face hefty £25,000 fines for attending illegal parties on the two islands.

The authorities on the Balearic islands have been trying to end what they call "irregular commercially-promoted parties".

Fines for organising, marketing and advertising, as well as participating, in the events if they take place in protected natural areas or homes can reach up to around £25,000, local media reported.

Those organised house parties could face maximum fines of £260,000.

The measures where first brought in last year and the UK Foreign Office warned Brits they remain in place.

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