A video grab of a police raid at a party in Madrid, Spain.
Gulf Today Report
Partying in coronavirus pandemic times is definitely not a good idea at all and the scene becomes more chaotic when police hunting for violators of safety protocols gate crash the party.
The police teams in Spanish city of Madrid are doing exactly the same and the situation of party animals at the time of raids sometimes seems to be more hilarious than panicky.
Recently at a packed house in Madrid partygoers hid under mattresses and in a cupboard in an attempt to avoid police at one of 227 illegal parties raided in the city over the weekend.
A police video showed the hiding revellers, who were arrested.
Another raid took place a bar which was not complying with restrictions to try and contain the spread of the virus.
"Two hundred and twenty seven illegal parties have been detected in Madrid on Friday and Saturday.
People were not complying with the curfew, not using masks or were in premises without any security measures," Madrid's Municipal Police force in a statement issued on Saturday.
"We keep asking you for collaboration and responsibilty."
Madrid has the second highest two-week infection rate in Spain at 427 cases per 100,000 people on Friday, while the national rate is 294, a marked decline from 900 at the end of January.
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