A BOOZY Brit is bundled out of a Spanish hotel swimming pool in handcuffs after flouting strict coronavirus lockdown rules.
The gobby woman was dragged from the water and arrested in Tenerife yesterday to scenes of jubilant cheering from onlooking guests.
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She had earlier been doing roly-polies in the pool of Paradise Park hotel in Los Cristianos to the annoyance of hotel staff.
But shocking footage captured the rebel holidaymaker jumping into the closed pool before yelling at a burly Spanish police officer armed with a baton.
She refused to leave despite staff at the £130-a-night three-star resort repeatedly instructing her to, forcing a police officer to strip down to his boxers and jump in to drag her out.
Crowds cheered as he took the drastic measure, heroically outswimming the rebellious woman in a matter of seconds.
A second cop then pinned her down and handcuffed her before she was escorted away.
A source said: “I gathered from the exchange that she was unhappy with her room because there wasn’t enough light and the hotel wouldn’t give her another one.
“She then went over the barriers and got into the pool. The staff repeatedly told her to get out but she just refused.
“Two officers arrived on motorbikes with sirens. She was just laying in the pool as the reception staff were asking her to leave.
“The police were shouting at her to get out and she was shouting back ‘no’ and kept on swimming around.
“A police officer then had to strip off to his boxers, jump in and drag her out.
“Everyone was in their rooms looking down as well so it caused quite a scene.”
Roughly 200 people, mostly Brits, are stuck in the hotel on the Spanish island after Spain announced a national lock-down.