|Border on Gibraltar side|
they were taken to Central Police Station for their own safety, adding that it was suggested they leave Gibraltar, although at no time were they expelled, as was reported in some Spanish media. One Spanish newspaper said that it was possible that the tourists 'did not know that the Jubilee was being celebrated that day'. Another reported that the insults included such niceties as muertos de hambre (or, 'poor and hungry' in reference to Spain's financial problems) and 'go back to Spain', or 'get out of Gibraltar'. Bejarano's girlfriend, Inmaculada Rueda, also from Sevilla, told another paper that he had been asked to put his shirt on inside out, but that he refused to do so, which is when they were taken to the police station. The RGP says that the group was 'never under arrest'.