The Spanish town of Platja d’Aro on the Costa Brava has banned obscene costumes and sex toys at stag or hen parties.

The Spanish town of Platja d’Aro has banned penis suits and sex dolls, which are often seen at stag parties. Anyone caught with such items can expect a fine of up to 1,500 euros, the Daily Mail reports.

The port city on the Costa Brava is characterized by a variety of offers specifically for stag and hen parties, including flights, hotels and strippers.

Although these celebrations bring a lot of tourism to the region, locals are increasingly annoyed by the vulgar and rowdy behavior of some partygoers.

The new regulation prohibits being in public “unclothed or wearing only underwear or with clothing or accessories depicting human genitals or with dolls or other sexual accessories”.

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