Near Dumfries, Scotland – Police were called to a Scotland nursing home when boozed-up pensioners went on a vodka-fuelled rampage.
Four OAPs ran wild at Burnfoot Coach House, near Dumfries, after a boozy session downing bottles of vodka.
And one of them caused alarm by offering free sex to other care home residents.
They woke sleeping pensioners by causing a commotion. When staff failed to control the riot, they called the police.
One pensioner was rushed to Dumfries Royal Infirmary for a check-up after last Friday’s ordeal.
A police source said last night: “It was a bit of a rammy. It was sparked by one pensioner in particular who seemed to be the ring-leader and managed to wake some of the quieter residents.
“It turned into a riot and the staff couldn’t get the pensioners under control.”
The Record reported this week that health bosses had slapped a ban on sending old people to the home as they can’t guarantee their safety.
Last month, a staff member admitted attacking residents at the home in Ecclefechan, run by Mead Medica. Now staff fear vulnerable residents are in danger because under-trained workers can’t cope.
An insider told us last night: “The place is in meltdown.
“One OAP was offering other pensioners free sex, which alarmed the more vulnerable residents.”
A spokeswoman for Dumfries and Galloway Council insisted: “We are working actively with Mead Medica to deal with issues at the Coach House.”