A man in Vélez-Málaga was not happy after being ejected from a nightclub so he attempted reentry without getting out of his car.
The 44-year-old man from Arenas ended up spending the night in the Policía Nacional station cells rather than in the arms of remunerated female company.
So there he was, in the company of his cousin when the clock struck six in the morning and the bouncer invited them to leave. He disputed this with a spot of fisty cuffs, which is never a good idea when drunk and confronting somebody with muscles in their spit, little patience and is probably a descendent of Vlad the Impaler. The end result was that he was placed firmly on the outside of the premises.
So… having reached the conclusion that perhaps he hadn’t been clear in expressing his desire to continue drinking within… and despite the shutters now being down… he jumped into his car and rammed the entrance. Not clever, of course – one doesn’t use ones own car to ram raid, after all.
Anyway, whilst he was trying to reverse away without too many parts of his car still attached to the metal shutter, the owner of the business just happened to mention to the police what had just occurred, hinting that a breathalyser kit might come in handy.
Whilst waiting for the police to arrive employees from the licensed den of iniquity got him out of the car and held onto him.
The culprit had no difficulty confirming to the police that, yes, he had driven his car deliberately into the entrance of the premises but that he was fully justified in having done so because they had had the damned cheek to ask his cousin and him to leave as they were closing – is nothing sacred?
(News: Velez-Malaga, Axarquia, Costa del Sol, Malaga, Andalucia)