Sun, sea, sand and, er … STIs? It's not exactly the kind of child or take-away you because after lolling about on the beach abroad for a week. But that's the rotten case for two unfortunate British women who are the first pair to catch a potent strain or super gonorrhoea while holidaying in Ibiza.
Health chiefs have warned the reasons for the two cases, which initially came to light back in January, "was based around exposure in Ibiza. The common link is people who are having unprotected sex on holiday" and that worrying strain of the clap "has the potential to spread in Europe."
One of the women affected by this new, terrifying mutation of the STI first visited the local clinic in October …