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Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson recently declared that the digestive systems of British people had 'become the most delicate in the world.'The law firm which filed a police complaint about the allegedly fake food claims, Palma-based Monlex Abogados, confirmed in a statement today: 'An investigating court in Palma has received a report from the Balearics-based police fraud squad UDEF, which has spent the last few months looking into fraudulent food poisoning claims by British holidaymakers resulting in serious harm to hotels on the island.'The report is conclusive in that it confirms the existence of acts of a criminal nature, given that through deceit and the simulation of false gastric complaints, British tourists on all-inclusive packages have been able, in conjunction with British firms, to claim high levels of compensation.'The statement, highlighting the fact that the problems were first detected at the three-star Club Mac resort in Puerto Alcudia which includes the Saturno, Jupiter and Marte Hotels, added: 'The police probe began on December 1 last year when a representative of Mac Hotels in coordination with the Monlex law firm and its lawyer Carolina Ruiz, made an official complaint to UDEF in Majorca over these false claims, making it the first one to be formalised, and sparking an important investigation which has now become judicialised.Sean (left) and Caroline Bondarenko (right) put in a claim against the five-star Caldera Palace Hotel after saying the resort's food and drink made them ill.
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