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Bagging poolside sun loungers annoys Brit holidaymakers most

British holidaymakers get most annoyed with the reservation of the best poolside spots by other tourists, according to a new poll.


London, May 24 : British holidaymakers get most annoyed with the reservation of the best poolside spots by other tourists, according to a new poll.

Every two in three people, quizzed in a travel agents survey, said the habit of bagging poolside spot frustrated them the most.

Next, the Brit travelers hate excessive noise the most.

It was followed by drunkenness, bad karaoke and cultural insensitivity.

Also, the survey found that 12 per cent of women hated other women sunbathe topless, with more than half of these saying it was "distracting" for their partner.

The poll of 1,684 people was conducted by www.sunshine.co.uk .

"Not being able to get a sun lounger due to someone unrightfully reserving it is something all tourists have probably experienced abroad, so it wasn't a great shock to see it up there as the most annoying habit," the Scotsman quoted the firm's co-founder Chris Brown, as saying.

ANI

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