A MALIA reveller’s pride took a tumble this week after a booze cruise went very wrong.
The partygoer was filmed dancing on a row of seats on a party boat in the Mediterranean.
Clearly loving the vibe, he throws his arms in the air and dancing along to Cornershop’s Brimful Of Asha.
He jumps down from the seats, barefoot, when his confidence takes a knock.
The bloke slips on the boat’s wet floor and hits the deck.
His mates erupt into laughter, chanting “he fell over” at the red-faced reveller, who makes a quick recovery and jumps back to his feet.
The lad is just one of the thousands of party-loving Brits flying out to the Greek resort each summer.
Daily Star Online witnessed raucous scenes on the Malia strip last summer – and it’s set to get even wilder this year.
The Crete town has an incredible nightlife with four world famous clubs within a stone’s throw of each other.
A spokesman for Ladsholiday.com told Daily Star Online: “The signs from major operators are that it’s going to be a busy year.
“All seven of the major party resorts of Ayia Napa, Ibiza, Malia, Magaluf, Kavos, Sunny Beach and Zante are set to be busier in 2019 than ever before.”
The spokesman added that Malia was the place to be this summer in terms of popularity.
He continued to Daily Star Online: “At the moment, the most popular resort for British clubbers is Malia which is showing an almost 800% increase in bookings vs the same time last year.”
But Brits boozing and partying in Malia isn’t without controversy.
Locals and authorities in the area have been trying to put a stop to the summer hijinks for years.
Though this doesn’t stop lads and lasses flocking to the resort.
“The most popular resort for British clubbers is Malia”
Spokesman for Ladsholiday.com
A huge 95% of the town’s hotels agreed to ban Brits who have signed up for the infamous 18-30 package holiday deal.
The move, which was reported to have blocked 10,000 UK visitors, includes scrapping pub crawls, and refusing bookings that exceed three rooms.
Malia authorities are aiming to turn the area into a family-friendly holiday destination.
Deputy mayor Efthymios Moutrakis said last summer: “Malia isn’t about sex, drugs and everything goes.
“It’s the prime tourist destination in Crete, bringing in millions of euros to the island.”