Furious Spanish rage ‘get out’ at English tourists in chaos at Malaga airport

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With summer officially over, Brits have been seeking elsewhere for some sunshine and those returning from Malaga, Spain have reportedly faced long queues and locals shouting for them to “get out” of the country. Videos posted to social media show some parts of the airport at a standstill while others, travellers are knocking down barriers.

Angry Spaniards were filmed shouting “Fuera fuera” – “Get Out Get Out” in English – in response to holidaymakers behaviour at Malaga airport last night.

Witnesses claim tourists had taken matters “into their own hands” after being forced to wait “forever” to be allowed through by police and other officials checking passenger locator forms.

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Jim Ramsden, one of the Brits who posted footage of the chaos on social media, explained the situation: “It was arrivals at 11.30pm last night (SUN) and it was all nationalities who just got fed up standing in a queue that wasn’t moving.”

Mejulie Traynor, who was also in the queue, added: “I was there too but I behaved myself and queued for an hour.”

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And “Shame on you” in an apparent rage at officials processing the health forms.

There has been no immediate comment from airport chiefs.

Malaga is the latest airport to suffer from queues caused by border force checking passenger locator forms.

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Express.co.uk recently reported Manchester Airport in chaos after conveyor belts were seen overflowing with luggage.

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