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Stress is the #1 cause of health problems – mentally and physically.And there are few things that stress us out on a consistent basis like work does, especially when it takes away from all of the other things that life has to offer.This extraordinary video was captured at Hotel Servatur Waikiki at the popular Playa del Ingles resort in Gran Canaria just as the pool opened at 8am.Hotel insiders say people begin queuing at 7.30am each day in order to bag a prime spot in the first row of sun loungers.The hotel has a total of almost 500 rooms, with more than 150 sun beds visible in the footage.The problem of sunbed bagging has got so bad, hotel staff have now been instructed to remove towels from loungers left empty for two or three hours.One man in a white T-shirt and blue shorts with a white stripe down them can be seen throwing four towels on four different beds next to each other in the second row of sunbeds back from the pool.Another man in a green top goes even better and bags four in the front row.
It's a bit hard to fathom really because there's enough sunbeds to go round.'We get guests laying their towels out in the morning and sometimes disappearing again till the afternoon.'The problem has been getting so bad recently that hotel staff are now under instructions to remove towels on sunbeds which have been unattended for two or three hours.'Another insider added: 'Guests need to try to understand that rather than bagging the best sunbeds, all they're going to achieve if they carry on racing around the way they do in the mornings is an accident.'Footage of the mad morning dash at the Servatur Waikiki shows most holidaymakers making straight for the loungers closest to the water.
More than four million people received the decoration.
But there was one fact about him that makes the recommendation remarkable: he was Jewish.
With little regard for his own safety, and in the face of heavy Soviet shelling, Major Leo Skurnik, a district doctor who had once fostered ambitions of becoming a concert pianist, organised the evacuation of a field hospital on the Finnish-Russian border, saving the lives of more than 600 men, including members of the SS.
Skurnik was far from the only soldier to be awarded the Iron Cross during the Second World War.