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Six arrested for 'having orgy' during coronavirus lockdown in Madrid

Police break up orgy during coronavirus lockdown in Madrid

  • Six people discovered at a suspected brothel in Madrid after complaints of noise
  • Officers raided the apartment during the coronavirus lockdown across Spain 
  • Four women and two men naked in a corridor were found at three-bedroom flat 
  • Police also found alcoholic drinks and cigarette butts scattered all over the home
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Spanish police found six people allegedly having an orgy at a brothel in Madrid during the coronavirus lockdown.

Police in the Spanish capital confirmed they found six people in a flat – suspected of being a brothel – taking part in a sex party. 

According to local media, several neighbours in the building called the police to complain about people going in and out of a flat and playing loud music.

Reports said the police went into the flat on Saturday and found four women and two men naked in a corridor with three bedrooms.

Police broke up a sex party at a suspected brothel in Madrid during the coronavirus lockdown. Pictured are police vehicles in Madrid (file image)

The local authorities also found alcoholic drinks and cigarette butts all over the flat, local media reported.

The police reportedly suspect the house was functioning as a brothel as only one of the women was registered as a tenant in the house.

Officers broke up the orgy in the Tetuan area of the city and have filed reports against them. 

Reports claim that local authorities filed a complaint against the tenant for breaking the regulations against noise pollution.

The other five guests were also reported for breaking the quarantine declared by the national government to stop the spread of COVID-19.

No arrests have been reported.

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Pensioner, 79, arrested over murder of Dr Brenda Page, 32, found battered to death in Aberdeen in 1978 – The Sun

A PENSIONER has been arrested over the brutal murder of a talented scientist found battered to death at her home in 1978.

The 79-year-old suspect is being quizzed over 32-year-old Dr Brenda Page's death in Aberdeen.

Geneticist Brenda, who had a second job as an escort, was last seen alive leaving the Treetops Hotel on July 14, 1978, where she had been entertaining two clients.

Her colleague later found her battered to death at her home when she failed to show up for work at the University of Aberdeen.

She had been bludgeoned almost 30 times on the head and face in a frenzied attack.

Detective Inspector Gary Winter of Police Scotland’s Major Investigation Team said: “I would like to appeal to anyone who believes they may have information relevant to the inquiry and has not previously come forward or been seen by the police.

“I would also urge any previous witnesses from 1978, or from the subsequent review from 2014 onwards who have changed contact address or telephone numbers to get in touch and update us."

Anyone with information should call police on 101 quoting reference number 479 of March 17 or by emailing [email protected]

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Police Have Arrested A Suspect After An Elderly Asian Man Was Mocked And Filmed While Being Attacked

A suspect involved in the filmed attack and robbery of an elderly Asian man in San Francisco was arrested Thursday, police said.

The incident, in which the 68-year-oman was attacked and his cart of recyclables stolen as a group of bystanders mocked him, was caught on video and posted online earlier this week.

The recording shows a black man wheeling away a cart of recyclables the man had collected. When he tries to run after it, the man robbing him turns back and swings what appeared to be a broomstick at his head.

Meanwhile, a group of people standing around with their phones out are seen in the video taunting the man as he’s attacked. At one point, someone yells, “I hate Asians!”

The video went viral when it was posted on Twitter, prompting outrage on social media and in San Francisco’s Asian American community.

Dewayne Grayson

The suspect arrested Thursday, 20-year-old Dewayne Grayson, is believed to be the person who filmed and posted the video online, police said.

He was charged with robbery, elder abuse, a probation violation for a prior robbery conviction, and a hate crime enhancement, according to the statement.

Police said they were made aware of the video on Monday. The attack took place in the Bayview-Hunters Point neighborhood, where Asians make up the largest number of people living in poverty.

The victim was hit on the back of his head. “He had a complaint of pain but no visible injury,” police said.

Meanwhile, police are searching for another suspect from the video.

Warning: the video below contains violence and racial epithets.

A second video that emerged from the incident led to more backlash, ABC7 reported.

The video, which shows two officers from private security firm Critical Intervention Patrol (CIP) at the scene, led to a wave of angry reviews on the company’s Facebook page accusing its officers of allowing the attack to happen.

The company said it was investigating the incident and has placed the two employees on administrative leave.

On Friday, CIP posted a statement on Facebook saying the officers only arrived at the scene after the incident. They tried to disperse the crowd and get some information from bystanders, but they were berated and yelled at, the company added.

Critical Intervention Patrol did not respond to requests for comment.

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EasyJet passengers arrested after fight leaves cabin ‘covered in blood’

Two passengers aboard an easyJet flight from Copenhagen to Edinburgh, Scotland, have been arrested after a “violent confrontation” left the cabin full of blood and the crew in tears, according to a report.

Police were called to Edinburgh Airport after the plane touched down about 1:30 p.m. Thursday and arrested the alleged combatants, ages 28 and 42, according to the Daily Record.

“It was very frightening for this to unfold in midair. It was a violent confrontation and an area of the cabin was covered in blood,” one woman told the news outlet.

“The cabin crew did a great job to try to contain it. But some were reduced to tears because of what unfolded,” she added.

An airline spokesman said two passengers had behaved “disruptively.”

“EasyJet’s cabin crew are trained to assess and evaluate all situations and to act quickly and appropriately to ensure that the safety of the flight and other passengers is not compromised at any time,” the rep said.

“Whilst such incidents are rare, we take them very seriously, and do not tolerate abusive or threatening behavior on board,” he added. “The safety and well-being of customers and crew is our highest priority.”

The two suspects were charged with breach of the peace, police said.

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