Granada, Spain: In an unprecedented incident today at one of the world's most famous tourist attractions, the Alhambra, a Dutch tourist was told to F++k off!
After queuing under the tremendous heat for an hour, the tourist, whose daughter had a reduced fee ticket, was refused entry because she didn't have a barcode on the ticket. The ticket was booked in advance and the innocent Dutch tourists were not aware of the barcode situation. After asking politely about the ticket the mother and daughter were told in Spanish, not politely, but very rudely, to f++k off!
An interpreter and security guard were called to the incident because nobody on this world famous attraction spoke a word of English and it was confirmed that the employee definitely said "f++k off" and the interpreter and security guard agreed.
The Dutch family, in turn, also told the Alhambra to f++k off in perfect Dutch (here the translation; flikker toch op man!) and decided to hit the "playa" instead where it was much cooler anyway!
Warning: Foreign visitors visiting the Alhambra make sure you are wearing Spain replica footie shirts, are able to say "hola" and do not leave your barcodes at home, it could be "muy peligroso!"