Summer job prison danger for Brits on holiday abroad
YOUNG Brits heading to Majorca for the summer are being warned some popular jobs could land them in prison.
Border Force officers will today begin a month-long campaign telling travellers not to be tempted into off-thebooks bar work or roles as nightclub meeters and greeters.
Foreign Office figures show 80 per cent of young Brits jailed on the Spanish holiday island had been smooth-talked into taking jobs that are unofficial, making them illegal.
Immigration minister Caroline Nokes said: “The dream of summer sun can be turned into a nightmare by unscrupulous employers.” Many of the roles end up involving long hours for low pay and lousy accommodation.
Brits are urged to get proper contracts and not let bosses take their passport. Modern slavery charity Unseen is
backing the campaign.
WARNING Minister Ms Nokes