Lynch Mob in Malaga: Man Beaten for Allegedly Assaulting a Woman

LYNCH Mob Attack in Malaga: Man Beaten for Allegedly Assaulting a Woman in Another Potential Acid Attack

The National Police in Malaga is investigating a video that has been published on social media showing a man being attacked in the Malaga neighbourhood of La Palmilla.
The video shows a crowd of neighbours beating up a 31-year-old man who threatened and allegedly tried to spray a 55-year-old woman with acid in her doorway.
Officers arrived after the incident, which happened around 8pm on Wednesday, January 20, in which the man was brutally beaten by a huge gang of neighbours, who punched, kicked and hit him with sticks in the middle of the street until he ended up on the ground with numerous injuries.
It is believed the incident began with an argument between the couple resulting in him allegedly attacking her before the mob stepped in, coming to her rescue.
The man can be seen trying to defend himself against a parked car but he couldn’t do much in the face of the onslaught.
The attack continued until National Police officers arrived and arrested him.
However, according to reports, the woman was also arrested as she was under a search and arrest warrant so she was taken to the police station along with her attacker.
The video has been shared multiple times on Twitter:

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Matthew Roscoe

Originally from the UK, Matthew is based on the Costa Blanca and is a web reporter for The Euro Weekly News covering international and Spanish national news. Got a news story you want to share? Then get in touch at [email protected]


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