Malta’s nightlife is centered around Paceville. Nightclubs, loud music, free entry, and inexpensive drinks make it a utopia for some people. Traffic jams don’t discourage locals from going, and travelers book inexpensive lodging only to stay there and unwind, dance, and drink to their hearts’ desire.
Superintendent Melvyn Camilleri is comparing other areas of malta to paceville, but in my opinion I feel that there are still many places in malta that produce no havoc during the night, every week.
Even in a brawl a few weeks ago where a guy is seen throwing fists, the culprits can be seen yelling at Havana’s bouncers. A metal barricade is thrown towards the security by one of the attackers. Security at the club ultimately drove the attackers away.
So are we accepting that violent places become more prevalent rather than taking responsibility for reducing violence in other areas.
What kind of twisted logic is this?
Could there be an issue with Paceville’s temporary residents?
What is malta coming to?