Dozens of British tourists have been handed compensation after falling ill on a ‘nightmare’ holiday.
Families were among 89 people who stayed at the all-inclusive Holiday Village on Lanzarote when they suffered from acute gastrointestinal infections, nausea, diarrhoea and cramps in summer 2019.
Representing some victims in a legal battle with Tui, barrister Charles Crow said: ‘Fresh food was added to older food, food appeared to be recycled/re-presented at later meals.
‘Maggots were reported in the milk, which was sometimes curdled. Food, restaurant and general hygiene standards were poor.