By Euro Weekly News Media • 09 September 2011 • 16:27
TWO Spanish women were arrested in Murcia for allegedly assaulting two police officers and a bouncer.
They reportedly hit the officers in the face, kicked, scratched, bit one of their hands and ripped the trousers of one of them, according to an official statement.
The incident took place around 2am Sunday morning on Calle Enrique Villar. A police patrol was asked to help with two women who were causing a disturbance complaining that the doorman of a nightclub had thrown them out.
The doorman confirmed that he had told them to leave after they had gone on stage without permission and then refused to get off. One of the women had also apparently punched the bouncer in the face, for which he was willing to lodge an official complaint.
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