Organiser Of Illegal Party In Marbella Arrested

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Organiser Of Illegal Party In Marbella Arrested
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The organiser of an illegal party in Marbella has been arrested after she offered ayahuasca to a client to relax tensions and then bit a policeman on the chest.

The organiser of an illegal party in Marbella has been arrested after she offered ayahuasca to a client to relax tensions and then bit a policeman on the chest. The incident occurred during a holiday in which two UK tourists had booked a three-night stay in a double room at a villa in Marbella. However, the accommodation turned out to be shared with third parties with rooms for up to 12 people and around 55 people spread out in tents.

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The alleged organiser of the event was arrested for biting an officer on the chest, however, this is in stark contrast to her attitude before officers arrived, in which she supposedly offered the tourists ayahuasca – a hallucinogen – to “relax tensions”, according to police.

Yesterday afternoon, the tourist and her partner, arrived at their €1,000 (£868.80) villa. Upon arrival, they were met with what appeared to be a party and they asked the alleged event organiser for an explanation, to which he offered them ayahuasca.

The tourist then called the National Police, who sent several officers from the Citizen Security Brigade due to the number of people in attendance and the breaching of current coronavirus restrictions.


When officers arrived, they saw “numerous” parked vehicles in the village vicinity and the door was open. Once officers stepped inside, they observed around 40 people in the gardens who were said to be in a “playful attitude”, not wearing masks and not following social distancing rules. According to the police statement, they also saw tents, drinks and music equipment.

When attendees noticed the police presence most of them attempted to run, some jumped the perimeter wall of the town whilst others tried to enter rooms of the house.

The National Police identified half a dozen people, one of them was a 44-year-old Spanish woman who claimed to be responsible for the building. However, she allegedly refused to identify herself and began to insult the officers – eventually biting one of them on the breastplate. The officer required medical assistance.


The woman was then detained for the alleged crimes of resistance or disobedience and an attack on a law enforcement officer.

Source: Sur

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Laura Kemp
Laura is from a small seaside town in North Wales and has also lived in Liverpool and Manchester, where she studied English Literature and worked in social media and marketing. Laura moved to the city of Zaragoza last August to teach English, but after missing the coast she decided to move to beautiful Nerja to enjoy the sun and sea. Laura has a passion for animals, films, outdoor activities, writing and the environment.

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