Published Tuesday, 08 July 2014
Geordie Shore's Jay Gardner says he was approached by the girl during the 'game' (© Rex Features)
The 18-year-old from Co Armagh was caught on camera performing sex acts on 24 men in a club.
It has been reported that she thought she could win a holiday from the event organisers, Carnage Magaluf, but the 'holiday' turned out to be a cocktail with that name.
According to Jay Gardner, who was making a personal appearance at the venue at the time, the girl asked if he wanted to be her "number 25". He declined.
"It's probably ... Well, it is the most shocking thing I've ever seen," he told Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby on Tuesday.
"It's worrying, it's frightening. And I think this sort of thing can cause psychological impacts on people. It's so extreme, the amount of people that are involved."
Particular concerns have been raised about how drunk the girl was and whether she was exploited by those taking part in events in the bar.
She's obviously done this - but there's another 24 people involved.
Hundreds of people were present, yet no one appeared to intervene.
"No one at all jumped in, which again brings the question to me: 'Where were her friends?' She's obviously went on holiday with friends - where were they?" Jay asked.
"Because I think they were the people responsible to jump in."
Questions have also been asked about how "normal" such games have become among young people on holidays abroad, and whether they are really a new development or just something now more easily documented on smart phones and shared on social media.
"That was the first time I'd seen something like that," Jay said.
"But I think this has been going on for a long time in Magaluf. Magaluf has got a reputation for being like that."
Reporter Jessica Boulton went undercover in the popular holiday resort to see for herself and said that people out there admitted such games did go on, but that this case had been more extreme.
The young woman's family, who are deeply religious, are said to have been shocked by the footage.
But a friend told the Irish Mirror: "She made a terrible mistake and she has been fully forgiven. Her family love her and will protect her in their faith.
"It may be a positive thing that this story has got out because now the situation can be addressed and she can regain her strength and dignity."
They added: "She has been a victim, a target of evil, of wickedness and she has most definitely been led astray in a vulnerable moment."
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