- Spanish forward Munir El Haddadi got into an unpleasant situation while celebrating birthday in Madrid
- He and his 30 friends had a party till late night
- When he was about to leave and refused to pay a £14k bar bill the management called the police
Barcelona youngster Munir El Haddadi was in Madrid to celebrate his 23rd birthday with his friends at nightclub Tiffany's (one of the most famous in Spain).
Before arrival, the striker reserved an area for couple of hours but as the party dragged on, they stayed longer there.
According to El Mundo, the guests were partying for more than seven hours and then refused to pay. Munir claimed that a price had been agreed which was then doubled, so staff members and attendees became embroiled in a drawn-out quarrel.
As reported, the price was doubled because of adding on extra costs as the striker and pals partied into the night. Since this was not agreed in advance, Munir didn’t want to pay.
Police was called during the argue to resolve the conflict. Tiffany's bosses wanted bill to be paid but couldn’t force the customer. Once the police arrived on the scene, Munir reluctantly paid the bar tab with a £890 discount.
Munir El Haddadi is a spanish striker of Moroccan descent. He was playing for the Atletico Madrid before transferring to youth team of Barcelona in 2011. Munir won the UEFA Youth League in 2013/14 season and his transfer value is about £10 million.
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