A father partying at a posh Ibiza club owned by Wayne Lineker ended up in hospital with suspected fractured neck and skull after allegedly being beaten with bats, strangled and robbed.
Callum McCormack celebrated his 32nd birthday last Friday (June 2) with his girlfriend Hannah Fenwick at O Beach Ibiza – owned by Wayne Lineker, which describes itself as “the ultimate day club experience” and is popular with footballers and celebrities.
But their party went horribly wrong when a drunk man pushed Hannah into the pool – and a scuffle ensued.
Callum then reportedly pushed the man – which allegedly resulted in others attacking and dragging him away to beat him up.
Callum says the alleged kicking that followed only stopped when a passer-by noticed.
Callum McCormack was enjoying his 32nd birthday with girlfriend Hannah Fenwick at O Beach Ibiza before the attack took place
The beach club, owned by Wayne Lineker (pictured surrounded by women), bills itself as “the ultimate day club experience” and is popular with footballers and celebrities
Callum McCormack, pictured, was beaten while enjoying a night out with his girlfriend Hannah Fenwick at Wayne Lineker’s posh Ibiza nightclub. Mr McCormack is believed to have broken his neck and fractured his skull
Ms Fenwick shared details of Mr McCormack’s ordeal on her Instagram feed
The 45-minute ordeal landed Callum in hospital, where treatment cost £1,000, where doctors told him they suspect he had a “brain haemorrhage”, while medical experts at home warned him he may have both his neck as well as fractured the skull.
Since the alleged assault, the pair have attempted to contact O Beach Ibiza in San Antonio on the west coast of the White Isle with no response. They have now hired a lawyer and are said to have reported the incident to the Spanish police.
Hannah, 28, from Doncaster, took to social media about what her partner, who is a father, allegedly suffered, along with photos of his apparent injuries.
She wrote: “I want to raise as much awareness as possible so no one goes to this club and gets treated the same way we are!!!!” – She wrote: “My partner was physically and mentally distressed.”
“He was bombed and taken to the ‘infirmary’ and there’s no telling what’s going to happen next.” [sic] think about…..
“He was strangled until he lost consciousness, handcuffed and repeatedly beaten.”
“His head hits the tile floor, he gets punches, kicks and even bats!!!!”
“Stepping on his head and giving him absolutely no way to defend himself!”
The 45-minute ordeal landed Callum in hospital, where treatment cost £1,000
“Well, Callum is no small man and I dread to think what would have happened to someone who wasn’t so strong at protecting themselves!”
“He was laid in a ball on the floor and really thought he was going to die!!!”
“Those hideous creatures stole his watch and left him to die.”
“They were ‘luckily’ disturbed by a passing woman. To what extent could that have happened if she hadn’t been there?”
“Hopefully Callum’s physical injuries heal quickly, but the psychological trauma will undoubtedly stay with him for much longer.”
Hannah shared how she and her group felt powerless to help Callum.
She said: “For about 45 minutes, me and my friends kept checking back [O Beach] Check with the staff where he was and if we could see him.
“We were told by numerous staff that he was in the infirmary being treated for a cut, that he was fine and that we could see him soon.”
Hannah, 28, from Doncaster, wrote on social media that her partner was “distressed physically and mentally”.
“At one point a member of staff came up to me and said we could see him now and he was in the back [of the club]. [My] The pictures show the condition in which I found it.’
Hannah said she found her partner in a shocking state sitting in front of O Beach.
She recalled, “He was found on the curb outside the club, beaten, bleeding from his ears, vomiting from being kicked in his stomach and in a state of shock!”
“I can’t describe how I felt when I saw him in that moment, I’ve never been so scared in my entire life!”
Callum was taken to the hospital, where he had to pay for his own treatment.
“These beatings led to him being admitted to a hospital in Ibiza on the advice of a doctor.” [sic] who suspected he had a brain haemorrhage – it cost over £1000!!!!” said Hannah.
“Since our return to England we have been back in hospital with a suspected fractured neck and skull.”
With women in bikinis dancing around the pool, bottles of £3,000 Dom Perignon on almost every table and a bevy of celebrities dropping by regularly, O Beach Ibiza is the jewel in Lineker’s £30m nightclub empire.
Since the alleged assault, the pair have tried to contact O Beach Ibiza with no response
On its website, it claims to “offer a unique, lavish and fun lifestyle experience in a pool setting, allowing our customers to enjoy superior service and an aesthetically beautiful setting, all complemented by a believable soundtrack and top-notch entertainment.”
Last year Manchester City star Jack Grealish celebrated his Premier League title win by sipping cocktails while partying alongside Ibiza Weekender star Chloe Chaloner at Lineker’s eatery.
In the past, English soccer players like Joe Hart, Michael Carrick, Peter Crouch, Tyrone Mings, and Andy Carroll have all rented their own cabana for poolside fun.
But Hannah is now warning others not to visit the club for their own “safety.”
She said: ‘[Callum’s] a partner, a father, a son, a friend, a PERSON – and no one should ever have to endure such violence and trauma!
“He was physically and emotionally traumatized by the events of that day and I urge everyone not to visit O Beach.”
She says management at O Beach Ibiza has not yet responded to any of her requests.
“Me and other family members have emailed but surprisingly no response or concern at all!!!” she claimed.
A source close to the couple told MailOnline: “Since O Beach hasn’t responded to any of their attempts to reach out, Callum and Hannah are taking it a step further.”
“They hired a lawyer and reported the case to the police.”
O Beach Ibiza has been contacted by MailOnline for comment.