There is no subtle way to explain the skills that made 'Sticky Vicky' famous in Benidorm, especially among the large British colony. "Vaginal acrobatics" is the most elegant description that we have found among the abundant obituaries that from the best-selling tabloids to the local media in English have dedicated to glossing the figure of Victoria María Aragüés, who died yesterday Wednesday at the age of 80. "Legendary dancer from Benidorm," headlines the restrained BBC.
The news was confirmed by his daughter, María Gadea, who manages the social networks of this unique "legendary icon of Benidorm", as The Sun defines it on its pages. “I am sorry to write these words, my mother, Sticky Vicky, passed away today at 6am; I can't believe it, she has gone away surrounded by her family; With all our love, I thank God for always being able to be by her side. I am left heartbroken,” the young woman explains on her Facebook account.
Victoria María Aragüés became very popular in the 80s for an unusual dance show with which she toured party halls, hotels and pubs in Benidorm. Defining it as a show for adults may be an understatement; for adults who are uninhibited by nature or artificial ingestion, it may be more suited to the audience that applauded her ability to extract various objects from her vagina, with which she was capable of opening bottles or lighting light bulbs. According to what they say.
Her popularity among British tourists was such, confirmed today by the echo achieved by her death, that the alias with which she was baptized - 'Sticky Vicky' (it is almost better not to translate it) - became her calling card. She even had to go to court when a competitor registered him to take advantage of his fame.
To the relief of fans, with Victoria gone, 'Sticky Vicky' is still alive in the person of her daughter, who not only manages her official Facebook account but has also relieved her of being in charge, so to speak, of the erotic show.
Vicky Leyton retired from show business in 2015 due to health problems. Victoria María Aragüés, who was born in Santa Cruz de Tenerife, rested her last years at her residence in La Nucia, a few kilometers from Benidorm where she made her fame and fortune.