British Holidaymakers: TV Reality about Bulgaria Staged
British TV Channel4's documentary reality about Bulgaria's largest summer resort Sunny Beach is staged, say a number of Brits who have vacationed in the resort.
Many have posted such comments online in Tripadvisor and voice outrage of the "lies" spread by the TV.
"Shame on Channel 4," writes one traveler.
"People please do not let this program put anyone off visiting Sunny Beach we own an apartment approx 600 meters from Flower Street (where all this was filmed) and have never in 15 years seen any kind of behavior such as was shown, it was widely known that Channel 4 offered inducements to the young people involved to act the clowns and my how their parents must be proud of their offspring! Channel 4 and not for the first time I might add love to sensationalize such activity. As previous posters have already stated this is NOT Sunny Beach it is staged managed and is nothing only pornography, shame on you again Channel 4," another forumer reports.
Many share they have witnessed last summer how Channel 4 turned into a movie set bars and streets and most all of the filth and pornography in the show have been staged.
The latest episode of the series "What Happens in Sunny Beach" was broadcast on Thursday, January 9.
The reality is dedicated to binge drinking and promiscuous sex Brits try to abandon while on summer vacation in Bulgaria.
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I, sort-of, agree with what passes for your "thoughts", CH1. SB is a seedy dump and will stay like that as long as the local "businessmen" are content to attract British pond-life and cater to their vile notions of what constitutes a "holiday". Fortunately, if that's the correct word, even some older Brits go there for a week of English Breakfast and lying on the "beach" in their knotted hankies and rolled-up trousers; it seems that pond-life just gets older but no more discerning as they unseeingly wander through the waves of vomit and other bodily fluids left by their younger compatriots, muttering about what embarrassingly stupid things they themselves did in their youth.
I never thought I'd say it but bring on the Russkis - the sooner they buy up ALL of SB and force the worse-than-tsigani Brit louts to find some other country to "grace" with their disgusting presence, the sooner we here can breathe a sigh of relief...
Of course it's all fake - just like the photos from UK towns and cities of drunken, brawling defecating "people" every week-end are all fake also. Everyone knows that holding a UK passport instantly turns street-scum into Milords and Miladies who behave with impeccable decorum....
So people with apartments to rent out to unsuspecting families in SB are alarmed at the prospect of the truth getting out - and THAT of course means they'll say whatever it takes to hang onto their "corner of Paradise" in that hellish concrete jungle, at least until a Russian buyer comes along..... ;)