A Spanish village has joined holiday destinations banning anyone over a certain weight from riding donkey ‘taxis’
Donkeys serving tourists in Spain are set to benefit from tighter rules surrounding rider weight, while tourists have been reminded of their responsibilities by welfare charities.
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