The 25-year-old refused to show her ID at the well-known nightclub Joy Eslava (pictured) in the city centre, at around 02.45 this morning (Friday) and was said to be extremely inebriated, kicking, punching and biting the bouncers.
They were unable to restrain her and she left the building, running into a neighbouring bar which was shut with a fixed blind.
She smashed down the blind to gain entry.
Police were called in and attempted to pin her down, but she wriggled free and escaped.
They caught up with her further down the street and ordered her to show her ID, which she refused to do and, still very wound up, continued kicking the officers, insulting them and even spitting in their faces.
Officers decided to take her to a health centre, but she refused to let the staff treat her and left the clinic.
Police caught up with her again, forced her into a patrol car and formally arrested her.
An ‘express’ court case was held in the early hours so she would still be able to go to McCartney’s concert at the Vicente Calderón stadium the following night.