The rapper Morad was arrested and released shortly after Thursday in L'Hospitalet de Llobregat, his hometown, for threatening to kill an agent of the Urban Police in an argument caused by a fine that the policeman gave him for parking wrong his car on the sidewalk.
According to the Urban Guard of L'Hospitalet, the events began in the area of the Santa Eulàlia neighborhood when a routine patrol issued a ticket for the singer's improperly parked vehicle and called the tow truck to remove it.
At that time, the rapper, who was in the area with some friends, approached the police officers and got into an argument with them protesting the fine. Morad threatened to kill one of the agents, for which he was arrested for an alleged crime of attacking authority.
At that time, the Urban Guard agents took him to the Mossos d'Esquadra de L'Hospitalet police station, where he entered around 11:00 p.m. and where his lawyer was already waiting for him.
Morad refused to testify about the facts and was released shortly after, in the early hours of Friday, since the facts were not serious and the singer lives in L'Hospitalet, as explained by the Mossos d'Esquadra.
This episode becomes the umpteenth arrest of the singer for disagreements with authority and public disorder. The last was last October, when the police arrested him for inciting an episode of public disorder in L'Hospitalet in which containers were burned and for which the judge prohibited Morad from re-entering his neighborhood, Florida, temporarily.