British mother, 24, arrested in Tenerife after leaving her three-month-old baby on the street & # 39;
& # 39; Drunk & # 39; British mother, 24, is arrested in Tenerife after leaving her three-month-old baby on the street and losing him & # 39;
- The 24-year-old mother was detained after the baby was found in a pram in Adeje
- The police said the nameless woman had had a drunken fight with her partner
- Officers went to the restaurant where the line was after they had been warned by witnesses
- Baby was found and returned to his father when the mother was arrested by the police
- A test has been planned, but details have not been made public
A British tourist was arrested in a popular British holiday resort on Tenerife after allegedly leaving her three-month-old baby son on the street.
The 24-year-old was detained after the boy was found in a pram in Adeje in the south of the island.
Police said the unnamed woman had previously had a drunken fight with her partner and officers went to the restaurant where the line took place after being warned by a witness.
The 24-year-old was detained after the young person was found in a pram in Adeje in the south of the island (file photo)
A spokesperson for the Spanish National Police said: & # 39; The Spanish National Police has arrested a 24-year-old foreign tourist as the alleged author of a crime to leave a minor in Adeje.
& # 39; After a fight with her partner, the woman is said to have left her three-month-old son in one of the streets and because of her drunkenness, she could not remember the place where she left him when she was with officers and asked where her child was.
& # 39; The incident started with a fight between two tourists in a restaurant in Adeje.
& # 39; The woman left the establishment at some point, apparently drunk, and took their three-month-old child with them.
& # 39; The police went to the restaurant and were told what had happened by the baby's father.
Gezien Given what had happened and the age of the baby, officers began searching for the woman with the search that ended near the hotel where the couple was staying.
The police said the nameless woman had a drunken fight with her partner earlier and officers went to the restaurant where the fight took place after being warned by a witness (photo of the file)
& # 39; When the woman was asked about her child, she did not explain where he was and simply said she could not remember where he could be.
& # 39; A priority search began and ended half an hour later when officers were informed that a pram with the baby in it had been found in Avenida de Bruselas in Adeje.
& # 39; Once the baby was in good health and returned to the father, officers arrested the mother. & # 39;
It was not clear when the arrest took place, although well-placed sources said that she had appeared in court on Thursday.
A rapid test is intended to take place, although details have not yet been made public.
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