By Euro Weekly News Media • 19 June 2016 • 9:42
THE summer season has only just begun and yet the controversy continues in Magaluf, now that a 28-year-old British man has been arrested for the alleged sexual assault of a young British tourist.
Kian Coggin, who runs Magaluf Boat Parties, a company that organises popular ‘booze cruises’ in the notorious party capital of Mallorca, has been arrested for allegedly sexually assaulting the woman at his home last summer.
The woman, 20, did not originally report the incident when she visited Magaluf, but upon return to the UK she went to the police.
Coggin has denied the allegations. Taking to Facebook he railed out at his accusers, stating, ‘I’m not Excatly guna [sic] hide from it or take it lying down that’s a serious allegation and anyone that Nos me nos this is complete utter b*******.’
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Well,one thing is for sure,he clearly did not spend much time at school.
I agree with Sean’s comment but does he not realise that the education in uk is CRAP – non existent plus of course they have no common sense including gov employees,eg. my son spent two hours in the job centre trying to explain that he didn’t have a national insurance numberwe left when he was 8yrs so he wasn’t there when they were given out.kay
I left school in 1969 with eight ‘0’ levels when they actually meant something,it was more than enough for a commission in the army.Clearly education is not what it was.
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