‘British tourists’ are accused of stabbing two doormen at Benidorm nightspot

British tourists may have been behind the stabbing of two ‘doormen’ at a Benidorm nightspot last night, it has emerged.

Initial reports say the casualties are two workers at a popular bar in Calle Majorca in the Little England area of the resort on Spain‘s east coast.

Two men, said to be Scottish, are believed to have fled the scene – although there is no official confirmation yet. One witness has described the stab wound victims as doormen.

Calle Majorca is the street where a British holidaymaker was shot in the buttocks last July. 

British tourists have been blamed for the stabbing of two 'doormen' at a Benidorm nightspot last night (file picture)

British tourists have been blamed for the stabbing of two 'doormen' at a Benidorm nightspot last night (file picture)

British tourists have been blamed for the stabbing of two ‘doormen’ at a Benidorm nightspot last night (file picture)

Another two men – both of north African origin – also suffered gunshot wounds.

The 42-year-old Briton was caught up in a gang war between North African drug dealers and criminals from Eastern Europe.

Police said in December they had arrested the suspected gunman, describing him as a 42-year-old Serbian and the main leader of a criminal organisation allegedly involved in extortion and settling of scores.

 

Link hienalouca.com

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