A Place in the Sun viewers call out VERY dangerous problem with property's pool | The Sun

A PLACE in the Sun viewers were quick to notice a major problem with a property's pool during a recent repeat.

The programme, which is presented by Jasmine Harman, 46, sees Brits looking to purchase a second home abroad – or relocate completely.

The latest episode to air on Channel 4 was a repeat that originally aired in 2021, saw couple Debbie and Steve on the hunt for a property.

The pair were looking to find their very own bolthole in the resort of Costa de Antigua on Fuerteventura, one of the Canary Islands.

Speaking about their dream property, the couple said: "Modern, ideally a two-bedroomed house.

"Light airy, nice terrace, you know, so you can sit out and hopefully fingers crossed a sea view."

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For what they wanted, Debbie and Steve had a budget of just £80k.

While the couple weighed up their options on their house hunt, host Jasmine brought viewers on a tour of a luxury villa.

Wroth almost £1 million, the mansion sits on the site of the Fuerteventura Golf Resort and is front line to the course.

With the dinning room, living room and kitchen all spacious and open plan, Jasmine was left in awe.

However, viewers at home noticed the stunning abode had a dangerous problem.

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They pointed out the dangers of having the pool area so close to a golf course – and the worry of someone sustaining an injury from a golf ball.

"The only catch is when you want to sit out on your sun bed you have to wear full body armour, to protect you from all them flying golf balls being pelted at you," said one viewer.

Another commented: "Load of balls in the pool every day."

"Nice but pool area compromised space wise," said another eagle-eyed viewer.

At the end of the episode viewers learned that Debbie and Steve did not end up buying a property on that occasion, but they were planning to return to the island in the near future.

A Place in the Sun airs on Channel 4 and is available to watch on All4.

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