Lockdown madness as teenager coughs in face of elderly woman and police officer bitten

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Many of Mallorca's hoteliers are considering converting their hotels into residential properties to survive the Covid-19 crisis. Credit: ABC Mallorca

A series of distrubing incidents have been recorded in Mallorca as the coronavirus grips the nation. 

While most adhere to strict orders to stay at home and practice social distancing on the island, a minority have been out in force terrorising others on the streets.

In Manorca, the Policia Nacional arrested a 19-year-old man for civil disorder after he chased down an elderly woman.

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After repeatedly coughing in her face, the pensioner is now being monitored by medical personnel.

In a further incident, a Local Police officer was attacked in Binassalem by a man who refused to go home, despite repeated orders. After being fined, the man bit the officer before being subdued and arrested.

In Palma, two teenagers were spotted by officers breaking into a car. They fled the scene on foot and were tracked down nearby before being arrested.


A woman was detained for fleeing Son Espases Hospital after being diagnosed with the Covid-19 virus. Leaving without the consent of a doctor is currently an offence Spain.

In Santa Margalida a day-care centre for the elderly was robbed thieves who ransacked the shelves full of food, before fleeing with more than €8,000 worth of household appliances.
As the island erupts in chaos, messages on PA systems in Spanish, Catalan, English and German, continue to sound across the island, warning citizens to stay at home.
Fines range across Spain from 600 euros to 30,000 for breaking the terms of the lockdown.

 





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