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Old 04-09-2022, 05:56
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As I understand it football shirts are banned in a number of restaurants/eateries/bars in Palma, but does anyone know if there are any restrictions in PP? I would only wear mine during the day. Iím presuming you can wear one just for walking around in?
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Hi everyone.
As I understand it football shirts are banned in a number of restaurants/eateries/bars in Palma, but does anyone know if there are any restrictions in PP? I would only wear mine during the day. Iím presuming you can wear one just for walking around in?
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It all depends what team is being displayed and what the latest results have been. I have noticed over the years that many shirts disappear of a Saturday evening after the results are known. May be worthwhile taking two or buy a couple of different ones in the market to be on the safe side.
Wearing a rugby club shirt never appears to be a problem. Cycling shirts are very popular in the port but carting a bike about can be a problem.
Hope this helps.
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In the same vein...just been talking to a couple who are in the Port for the first time (they love it already)...I mentioned that there use to be a bye-law banning men walking along prom without a top on and women with just a bikini top. Afterwards I thought to myself "have I made that up?"!
Have I?
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You can walk along the prom without a top but not on the other side or in the back streets.
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I think what everyone wanted to say, but didn't......was that we don't do football shirts in PP.
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Returned home yesterday. Did not see too many football shirts but those that I did see were smarter than the " hoodies " and looked more comfortable in the 35 plus heat. Fashion is fashion. I probably caused some raised eyebrows in the sixties.

Please do not ban bikini tops, that could cause unintended consequences judging by some of the sights I noticed.
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Returned home yesterday. Did not see too many football shirts but those that I did see were smarter than the " hoodies " and looked more comfortable in the 35 plus heat. Fashion is fashion. I probably caused some raised eyebrows in the sixties.

Please do not ban bikini tops, that could cause unintended consequences judging by some of the sights I noticed.
Football tops = fashion??? hahahahahahahahahahhahahaha
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