A bachelor party ended up costing the eleven young people who caused a scandal on a Spanish high-speed train (AVE) that ran between Madrid and Malaga (southern Spain)now sentenced to pay 7,676 euros (more than 37 million Colombian pesos, today) for the delay caused.
The revelers will have to compensate Renfe, the Spanish railway company, with the amount that the company had to pay the other 216 travelers for the 23-minute delay with which the train arrived in Malaga, according to the statement issued last Monday.
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They intensely disturbed the order inside the train, shouting, singing and hitting the walls
The events occurred on July 6, 2018, when the young people altered the order of the passage “shouting, singing and hitting the walls of the train, ignoring the instructions and calls for attention from Renfe staff“.
Given the disorder that began in the vehicle’s cafeteria, the company decided to apply the article of its regulations that “empowers to alight travelers who disrupt order or endanger the safety of transport“. But the group, which according to the statement behaved “in an uncontrolled way“He refused to get off the train at the Córdoba station, causing the local police to come to finally evict them.
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That was the delay, the efforts of the authorities to interrupt the celebration and get them off the train.
The help of the National Police was necessary to get the co-defendants to get off the train
“The defendants took the opportunity to definitively escalate their private party in the train cafeteria, where they were drinking, dancing, singing and shouting at full volume and in a totally uncontrolled way“, can be read in the sentence.
Renfe then reported the case to the justice system and a Madrid court has agreed with it, arguing that Renfe “is not obliged to hire security personnel, nor can it close the cafeteria to the detriment of other travelersnor can it determine, at the time a train ticket is purchased, if passengers intend to hold an event inside the AVE”.
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After the sentence, the account of the bachelor party has become significantly more expensive for the attendees: each of the young people must pay 697.82 eurosspecifies the company.
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*With information from AFP and EFE
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