HOLIDAY camp Butlins refused to apologize after they issued a banning order to a party who were immaculate and extremely well-behaved, it has emerged.
The party, thought to be a nice family and their friends, were ordered to pack their belongings and leave the premises after security patrolling the camp heard no rowdy noises coming from their lodgings and staff say the nice group refused to make a fool of themselves at the camp’s night time entertainment schedule.
One staff member who wished not to be named told our reporters: “The holidaymakers deserve to be banned. They never played bingo, didn’t drink too much and none of them never even threatened to throw a punch…they were pathetic.”
Bosses refused to comment about the ban but a close aide spokesperson said: “We try to keep up with the British family holiday tradition that includes family feuds, kids going missing and teenagers having unprotected sex…especially if they are related.”