Eurovision Song Contest upsets perpetually upset local Muslims with ‘scantily clad fans and boozy parties’

EUROVISION Song Contest festivities have upset local Muslims attempting to observe the holy month of Ramadan.

The 41-country songfest is this year being hosted in the city of Tel Aviv in Israel amid calls for a boycott over the country’s treatment of Palestine.

It is not just politics which are sparking fury however, as a Eurovision Village pavilion has been set up on the beachfront.

And it is directly opposite the century-old Hassan Bek mosque, named after an Ottoman governor and frequented by Israeli Arabs from nearby Jaffa.