Just then, a British tourist is beaten and thrown to the ground after swinging the GOLF CLUB in a street brawl in Magaluf – as five men are arrested
- Footage has emerged of an altercation between Brit and two other men in Magaluf
- The video then shows two more men running towards him, one with a gun
- Brite flees but is quickly caught up by the group and dragged to the ground
- A man hits him with the gun while others stomp while he covers his head
- The victim remained motionless on the ground and suffered severe facial injuries
This is the moment a British tourist is knocked to the ground and left unconscious on a street in Magaluf after swinging a golf club during a fight – as police arrest five men.
Footage has emerged showing a Briton being hit with an object and kicked on on July 26 during an altercation in Martin Ros Garcia street, on the Spanish island of Mallorca.
The tourist, wearing a white T-shirt and black shorts, is seen on a quiet street on the Spanish island of Mallorca, facing two other men while holding what appears to be a stick.
However, the gun is snatched from the man during the altercation before two more men run towards him – one of them also wielding a long, stick-like object.
The tourist begins to flee, but is quickly caught and dragged to the ground.
Five men then surround him, with three people stomping while he tries to protect himself.
One of the men also swings the gun at the victim, who was left unconscious on the sidewalk.
Locals intervened to move the group away from the motionless man, who is said to have suffered serious facial injuries.
The tourist was seen in footage holding a stick-like object before being beaten and left unconscious by five men
The British tourist is seen in an altercation with two men at the beginning of the footage, before two more men charge at him
The victim was left unconscious on the sidewalk after the fight as locals led the group of men away
Spanish police have made five arrests in connection with the incident.
Authorities have arrested two Pakistani men, two Romanians and a Bulgarian – all on suspicion of assault.
A Civil Guard spokesman said: “The Civil Guard and local police in the municipality of Calvia, to which Magaluf belongs, have arrested five people on suspicion of a crime of assault.
“Two of the detainees are from Pakistan, two others are Romanian and one is Bulgarian.
“The arrests stem from a fight between several people in the Magaluf area, which ended with one of the participants being injured on the ground as a result of the beating he received.
“This incident was widely reported after video of the fight was posted on social media.
“The video shows a Briton using a golf club to attack other people, who eventually attack him until he falls to the ground, where they continue to attack him, seriously injuring him.
“An investigation was launched and on the same day two of the participants were arrested. Another three men were detained on September 1.”
The attack came days after a British tourist was arrested for allegedly assaulting a taxi driver in Magaluf.
Gabriel Callero, 57, was brutally attacked by two British holidaymakers after a “drunk” tourist climbed onto the bonnet of his taxi in the early hours.
Mr. Callero then got out of the vehicle to spank the tourists but was dragged to the ground and punched and kicked.
The father of four is married to a Brit from Coventry and moved to Spain from Argentina more than two decades ago.
A British father-of-two also died last month after allegedly being attacked by a group of bouncers in the Magaluf Strip, before being “kneeled by police officers as he begged for his life”.
Tobias White-Sansom, 35, from Nottingham, succumbed to his injuries after spending five days in hospital following the incident on Mallorca’s infamous Magaluf Strip.
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