Bar brawls and vomiting in the streets – Spain lets loose after 2-month lockdown

There were chaotic scenes in the streets of Malaga after Spain eased the closure for the first time in months.

Revelers were spotted vomiting as they emerged from pubs and restaurants along the popular tourist strip of Paseo de Pedregalejo – just two days after the exit plan was announced.

Several shocking clips shared online showed drunken louts littering chairs and trays during combat, with some people lying on the ground in the aftermath.

Police had to intervene in one incident involving a dozen drinkers, causing one man minor injuries.

It is believed that the clash occurred between two rival groups drinking outside a bar.



Officers attended three more brawls in the area on the same night.

Meanwhile, the disgusted residents said that the local media “throw and pee” on the street because customers are not yet allowed to use the bar.

The antisocial behavior is because the British still don’t know when to return to the popular Spanish resort.



Bar brawls and vomiting in the streets – Spain lets loose after 2-month lockdown

During the initial phase of the lock leaving Spain, some bars, restaurants with outdoor seating and places of worship with limited capacity may open.

There is currently a mandatory 14-day quarantine in place for anyone coming from outside Spain, with most resorts only opening to foreign visitors in June.

In the fourth and final phase, expected at the end of June, the beaches will open for sunbathing and the restrictions on shops and restaurants will be further relaxed.



Bar brawls and vomiting in the streets – Spain lets loose after 2-month lockdown

But the British may be one of the last to be re-admitted because of the fears of the second wave of coronavirus.

Spanish Transport Minister Jose Luis Abalos recently said, “There are countries like the UK that have taken too long to take containment measures, and that puts us in a different situation with regard to them.”

All non-essential foreign travel is still prohibited in the UK as most flights remain grounded.

Foreign Affairs has extended its ban on non-essential travel “indefinitely”.

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