Young Britons on holiday shun local culture for booze, casual sex and fist-fighting, says an official report.
The Foreign Office's Project Holiday report surveyed 1000 tourists aged between 16 and 30 and laid bare the startling details of young Brits travelling abroad to "party hard and do things to excess".
Gone are the days of sun, sea and sangria: bonking, brawls and booze are the visitors' new watchwords.
More than one third of those surveyed reckoned holidays are all about hedonistic behaviour. Of those, 75 per cent were looking forward to excessive drinking, 28 per cent craved a one-night stand, 8 per cent were drug-crazed and 5 per cent wanted a good fight.