Wish you were here! Tornadoes hit Magaluf and bring severe storms that see holidaymakers make the most of it by body surfing in the streets
- Spanish Civil Guard reported the rescue of 17 people affected by huge rainfall
- Tornadoes spotted few miles out to shore and Brits body surf down rainy streets
- Shop keepers forced to close to stop their goods from flying away in the wind
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Severe storms have battered the Spanish holiday resort of Magaluf in Majorca with tornadoes spotted just a few miles from shore.
The Spanish Civil Guard has rescued 17 people who were affected by the large amount of rainfall that hit the Balearic island on Tuesday.
Shop keepers have been forced to close their shops to prevent goods from flying away in the high winds.
Tornadoes can be seen starting just a few miles away from the Magaluf coastline. The Spanish Civil Guard reported that they had to rescue 17 people from the severe weather on Tuesday
Seven people were also found occupying four vehicles that were trapped by the water in the vicinity of Campanet in the Northeast of the Island
In a press release, the civil guard reported that they rescued three people from a house in Caimari due to a danger caused by a large overflow of water next to the property.
Seven people were also found occupying four vehicles that were trapped by the water in the vicinity of Campanet in the Northeast of the Island.
Additional videos have emerged of British holidaymakers making the best of the storms.
One can be seen using his lilo as a surf board and drinking a cocktail whilst floating down the high street in Magaluf.
The unidentified man can be seen getting ready to body surf down the rainy streets
The man can be seen diving into the rain flooded streets with his lilo to carry him along despite the torrential rainfall
The unidentified holidaymaker can be seen relaxing on his lido and drinking a cocktail