WATCH: ‘Looky looky’ man floors tourist with punch to head in Spain

Photo of Angeles Muñoz, the mayor of Marbella. Credit: [email protected]_Marbella

A SHOCKING video of a tourist in Spain arguing with a ‘looky looky’ man in Spain, before being punched to head and left lying motionless on the pavement has surfaced.
The violent footage was apparently shot on the Spanish holiday of Mallorca and posted to the Facebook group ‘Cleaning up Magaluf’ – claiming ‘What you witness here is the looky looky stole this man’s necklace and he is trying to get it back.’
The group says, ‘Enough is Enough!’
“We’ve made this group to make a stand against the ‘prostitutes’ who have robbed, stabbed, bullied and attacked not only holidaymakers but the residents and seasonal workers of Magaluf.
“It’s about time we all unite to show them that this is our home, this is our street and we will not take this any more.
“No longer will we fear walking home alone, no longer will we have to see them preying on the weak, drunk and helpless.
The group description goes on: “We will hold public demonstrations every night and prevent them from making a living preying on the people of Magaluf and together we will take back our streets, and make them understand that they are no longer welcome here and hey are not wanted!
“If the police will not do anything about it then we will! We will put an end to this together!”
“Help us raise funds to organise demonstrations and raise awareness of this problem until the government and police listen, and something is done.
“This is not about sex, race or violence, this is about public awareness and safety in the place we live and work.
“We do not condone racist or offensive comments or actions, violent or abusive behaviour or any form of criminal activity.”

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