British and Irish expats and tourists have been fined for playing bingo with biscuits and drinks in a pub in Portugal.
Landlady Marianne Pittaway of the Yorkshire Tavern was fined €700 (£595) and given a four month suspended prison sentence for hosting the game in Albufeira, on Friday night.
Speaking to Daybreak she said:
Some people who were in the pub and were not playing the game, were fined as much as €150 (£127).
"It was the last drink of the holiday," holiday-maker Lee Williams said.
Organisers of bingo in Portugal have to apply for a government licence.
"You don't expect to get raided for a game of bingo, especially when you don't think you're breaking any laws - you're playing for biscuits and bottles of alcohol," Ms Pittaway said.