Guests at another Thomas Cook hotel have been put on IV drips after being hit by suspected food poisoning, just days after a couple died from the disease at another of the package holiday company's resorts.
British tourists at the Playa Pesquero hotel restaurant in Cuba have complained of falling severely ill with diarrhoea and sickness after eating at the restaurant.
The luxury hotel in Cuba has been the site of a number of previous mass sickness outbreak in 2012, as Thomas Cook was forced to pay out £150,000 in compensation to 20 victims. There was another outbreak in 2014.
The latest outbreak in Cuba has been ongoing for the past three week, and hotel staff have allegedly been trying to bribe guests with the offer of paying their medical bills in return for them signing a disclaimer to stop them claiming compensation.
Customers online have moaned about raw or undercooked food along with dirty utensils but a past report scored the hotel for nearly 100 per cent for food preparation and serving food.
Earlier this year, Leigh Hall fell ill at the same resort in Cuba
Guests have complained about falling severely ill with diarrhoea and sickness after eating at the onsite restaurants at the Playa Pesquero hotel restaurant in Cuba
Bride Leigh Hall was attached to a drip on her wedding night after falling ill with suspected salmonella at the resort in May this year.
It also comes just days after the death of a British couple at another Thomas Cook resort in Egypt last week.
John Cooper, 69, and his 63-year-old wife Susan died within hours of each other at the Steigenberger Aqua magic hotel.
The hotel has had a number of outbreaks of illnesses in the past few years
Guests at the hotel have taken to Facebook to complain about the conditions of the Playa Pesquero hotel in Cuba
Devoted: Susan Cooper, 63, and her husband John Cooper, 69 (pictured together), were on holiday at the Steigenberger Aqua Magic hotel in the Red Sea resort town of Hurghada when they died within hours of each other this week
Nick Harris Head of Travel at Simpson Millar solicitors - who has been contacted by victims caught up in the latest outbreak- blasted: 'This is totally unacceptable. There is a worrying pattern here with Thomas Cook and illness. People go on holiday to relax not fall violently ill.
'And then for the hotel to try to bribe them