A BANKRUPT business man has driven a car containing gas cylinders and possible ‘explosives’ into the PP’s headquarters in Madrid.
The police underwent terrorist attack protocols after Daniel Perez Berlanga, 37, smashed through the building’s glass entrance.
Berlanga – who blames the PP for losing his property empire – said explosives were set to detonate within half an hour of the incident.
However police only uncovered gas cylinders and said initial forensic examinations suggest there were no explosives in the Citroen Xantia.
Fortunately nobody was injured, although one person had to evade being run over.
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