Spain’s Benidorm police struggle to control 200 rowdy drunk tourists disputing bar closures

The drunk rowdy tourists ‘couldn’t care less about the Coronavirus pandemic’, according to the Benidorm police officers on duty. Photo: Shutterstock

The forces in Alicante have reported an extremely tough day trying to deal with angry, rowdy, drunk tourists in Valencia today. Benidorm’s police struggled to control a group of around 200 tourists – mostly Brits – who were disputing bar closures, as Spain prepares for lockdown.

Benidorm’s police reported at least two major incidents with drunk tourists, for which they had to call in reinforcements, as they were preventing police from supervising bar closures in the region, as ordered by the Government of Valencia, to comply with Spain’s ‘state of emergency’.

There were thousands of tourists filling up bars, restaurants and terraces of Playa de Levante today, and they ‘couldn’t care less about the Coronavirus pandemic’, according to the Benidorm police officers on duty.

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