- Hyphenation: bal‧con‧ing
- The act of going from one (hotel) room to another room by jumping from the balcony of one room to the balcony of the other.
2015 June 5, Hugh Morris, “Magaluf to fine tourists who get naked in the street: The Spanish resort is clamping down on anti-social behaviour to clean up its image”, in The Daily Telegraph, archived from the original on 23 June 2015:
- Drunken revellers planning to over-indulge in Magaluf this summer face fines of up to €3,000 for urinating, being naked in the street or “balconing”, the craze of jumping from hotel balconies. New rules which come into force next week are part of a clampdown on the type of behaviour that has led to the Spanish resort being associated with debauchery tourism.
- The act of jumping from a balcony towards a swimming pool.
2013 September 2, “Man dies ‘balconing’ at Majorca hotel”, in Sky News, archived from the original on 4 November 2014:
- A man in his 20s has died in a fall from his hotel room balcony in the resort of Magaluf, Majorca. The young man fell through the cracks of a balcony in the early hours of Monday while allegedly practising what is known as “balconing” – which involves jumping from balcony to balcony, or into a pool from a balcony.
going from one room to another romm by jumping from the balcony
jumping from a balcony towards a swimming pool