British tourist steals a coach in Benidorm and goes on a demolition route at two kilometers high
Moment & # 39; drunk & # 39; British tourist steals a coach in Benidorm and goes on a wild two mile, high speed demolition
- British man arrested in the small hours of Sunday morning after his wild ride
- He is believed to be a drunken tourist, but the police have not yet commented
- Bus taken from depot on the outskirts of town before it tore through streets
- Footage shows mopeds flying while the coaches park them along roads along the road
A British tourist has reportedly stolen a bus in Benidorm before breaking into a high-speed two-mile high-speed vehicle and crashing into cars and motorcycles.
The vehicle was taken from a depot on the outskirts of the Spanish city, where it had left the night before it was driven through the resort at speed.
The unnamed prisoner, who is considered a drunken tourist, although officials have not yet commented, is said to have entered a room where the key was stored before driving off with one of the vehicles.
Images of his wild ride showed him against mopeds and cars parked along the side of the road.
The coach in the early hours of Sunday morning after it was stopped by the police. At one point it was even passed by the local police headquarters before it was stopped on a road called Belgium Avenue, in Spanish Avenida de Belgica
A police car was also damaged during the drama, which happened on Sunday morning around 3.30 a.m.
Overnight reports citing sources from the city council indicated that the detainee may be a foreign tourist.
The coach can be seen plowing in mopeds and cycling along the road
Police sources confirmed this morning that he was a British citizen, although they did not provide any information about his age and what might have led to his demolition.
A local resident said: “It was fortunate that few people were around at that time of the night, otherwise it could have been much worse.
& # 39; Many cars & motorcycles are damaged, but luckily no one I know is injured. & # 39;
The bus was taken from a parking lot near a sports center known locally as the Palau d & # 39; Esports l & # 39; Illa on the outskirts of Benidorm.
It was driven towards the city center and in a neighborhood called Els Tolls, even at some point along the local police headquarters before it was stopped on a road called Belgium Avenue, in Spanish Avenida de Belgica.
The coach showed individual footage on the curb after it was stopped, surrounded by various police cars.
The witness who took the video said: & # 39; There it is. I don't know if anyone has stolen it. It was driven three or four blocks in the wrong direction.
& # 39; It was absolute madness. He has destroyed everything, a load of cars & this is where he has parked it. The side of the coach is really damaged. & # 39;
The coach has major damage on the right-hand side after scraping vehicles and bicycles along the way
Another witness, Chris Garrido, said: & i saw it coming into my street from my flat last night. I saw everything how it broke mopeds in front of the police station and smashed an outside mirror and the back of a police van.
& # 39; It bumped into three cars at the start of the street and several mopeds and cars, as well as metal posts, and that was just down Grecia Street.
& # 39; I don't know if it was the normal driver of the vehicle and he was picked up or someone who was also picked up and stolen. & # 39;
Local Francisco Medina added on social media: & # 39; Benidorm is not changing.
A car with a damaged rear is seen the morning after the wild ride of the British tourist
& # 39; We Spaniards are hit everywhere with taxes and the English do what they want and nothing happens. & # 39;
The exact number of damaged vehicles has yet to be announced.
The suspect has been handed over to the national police and is expected to appear in court later or tomorrow on suspicion of stealing a vehicle and traffic violations.
He would have been inhaled and made to do a drug test, but the results of the tests have not yet been made public.
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