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Hundreds of thousands of UK ­tourists travel to Sunny Beach resort in Bulgaria, where pints are as cheap as 80p.

Sunny Beach has been dubbed the new Magaluf – while Daily Star Online also revealed why Brits are heading to Kavos.

And hundreds of thousands of Brits are heading to the resort for all-night parties.

Authorities arrested 34 suspected members of a Bulgarian syndicate that had sought “total control” of the sex trade in the Costa del Sol town, which is popular with British and German holidaymakers.

Police raided 21 properties and seized valuables including Rolex watches that are thought to have been stolen from tourists visiting brothels.

Yet it rarely happens, and it often has more to do with your vertical leap than your ability to execute a pick-and-roll.

To help you get above the rim, we used our own resources and asked Mubarak “Bar” Malik, the director of performance for the New York Knicks, for pointers.

Descend until your back knee nearly touches the floor.

The chilling Foreign Office warning comes as it updated its advice to the summer town.

A spokesman added: “They picked on high-spending tourists wearing expensive jewellery or watches and often took them direct to…

The five girls, barely out of their teens, were installed in $46 sleeping compartments on the night train from Belgrade to Sofia. He replied with a thin smile: “Always, on their way to or from work.

All of them were made up and smelled of freshly daubed perfume, hardly a bedtime preparation. Also heroin and tobacco.” In the Bulgarian capital, Vasil, a 32-year-old policeman who heads a squad that targets human trafficking, said: “Before, Bulgaria was just a transit country for sex slaves.