Three sexual assaults in Faliraki on the island of Rhodes have raised concerns about the “anything goes” style of the resorts in the area where some 300,000 young Britons are expected to vacation this summer. Faliraki has a reputation for excess and many locals resent the drunken antics of the visitors who descend on the area. In response, police patrols have been increased and arrests for drug and indecency offenses have gone up. Women are advised not to accept rides with strangers or new acquaintances. The rest of the island is relatively free of these problems, although such prudence is always advised.