What is the summary for Part 2, Chapter 4 of The Underdogs?
Cervantes awakens late in the afternoon, surprised to find himself lying on the hard ground in the garden. His lips are swollen, and there is blood on his hands and shirt. At once, he remembers what has happened.
Cervantes had left the banquet with his beautiful young companion, and had taken her to a bedroom, but as he had been closing the door, Demetrio rushed after them "staggering drunkenly". Pintada followed, and began struggling with Demetrio. Demetrio, overcome with lust, looked eagerly for Cervantes's bride, but Pintada stopped him, and he was disarmed by Anastatsio. Enraged, Demetrio began striking out at everyone, and Cervantes remembers nothing from that point.
Cervantes goes looking for his sweetheart, and his footsteps awaken Pintada, who tells him that she had to lock the girl up to protect her from Demetrio. She tells him to get the key, but Cervantes cannot find it. Pintada knows that Meco and Manteca were the ones who took the girl from her home, and lewdly asks Cervantes what he gave them for her. She then goes to get the key, but cannot find it either.
Suddenly, Pintada has a thought, and runs to the bedroom door to peer into the keyhole. She stands there motionless, letting her eyes get accustomed to the dark, then calls Cervantes over, laughing. Inside the room is the girl, in only her chemise and stockings. With her is the unscrupulous Guero (Part 2, Chapter 4).