Violence: cases are piling up: bouncers arrested in Mallorca

Renewed trouble over rabid bouncers in Mallorca: the police arrested two security men at a club in Magaluf west of Palma on the Spanish holiday island, some of whom are said to have brutally beaten three tourists.

Violence: cases are piling up: bouncers arrested in Mallorca

Renewed trouble over rabid bouncers in Mallorca: the police arrested two security men at a club in Magaluf west of Palma on the Spanish holiday island, some of whom are said to have brutally beaten three tourists.

The judge responsible for one of the two ordered custody, regional media report, citing the authorities. This bouncer inflicted serious head injuries on one of the vacationers. The second man was released subject to conditions. The police confirmed this information on request.

The attack reportedly happened on the night of July 11th. A bouncer is said to have kicked one of the three holidaymakers, who was already unconscious on the ground, several times in the head. The victim was therefore taken to the hospital.

His two companions - a man and a woman - were slightly injured in the argument. The attack was recorded by security cameras. It was not initially known what the dispute was about and where the attacked tourists came from.

In Mallorca, especially on Playa de Palma with the famous Ballermann east of Palma, such attacks by bouncers on tourists have increased in recent weeks.

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