A tourist was arrested on Wednesday evening for not paying his hotel bill in Paphos. The hotel management reported to the police that a tourist stayed at their hotel from September 11 until Wednesday and his bill came to €720 but he left without paying. The suspect was arrested on... The post Tourists arrested after trying to leave Cyprus without paying hotel bill appeared first on Cyprus Mail. (Date:09/19/2019 10:27) Read full article >>

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