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Spanish Terror Incident

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Five German women were arrested on Tuesday night when a flashmob stunt in a northern Spanish town sparked fears of a terror attack.

They have since been released but will be charged with public order offences.

Holidaymakers ran and hid from presumed attackers in Platja d'Aro after people pretended to be chasing a celebrity, shouting and taking photographs.

The panic turned into a stampede as bystanders mistook selfie sticks for weapons.

Eleven people were treated for bruising and heart palpitations. Three were taken to hospital.

Police were called to the centre of the town following reports that shots had been fired. The reports turned out to be false.

Videos on social media showed children in tears as people around them cowered under tables.

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http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-36966214

An easy mistake to make...

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Sorry it was bad. I should watch first and post after. :rolleyes:

Good. I won't now have to retaliate with flashmob videos of my own. Let this being a warning to you.

What is it with those people? Morris dancing was not twee enough for them? They had to go and find something that was even more annoying?

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What is it with those people? Morris dancing was not twee enough for them? They had to go and find something that was even more annoying?

Could be worse. Just imagine if they lived upstairs from you.

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Who would have thought that apparent crowd pandemonium without warning might have sparked off a bit of a panic in a place like Platja d'Aro on the same coastline as Nice.

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