British man, 19, & # 39; is raped by two men in Magaluf after being evicted from a brothel & # 39;
British man, 19, & # 39; is raped by two men in Magaluf after being evicted from brothel because they have no money & # 39;
- 19-year-old was on vacation with friends in Magaluf when they were divorced
- He was lured into the brothel by two prostitutes, but thrown out because he had no money
- Told the police that two men were waiting for him when he was thrown into the street
- Man said he was attacked on Sunday afternoon at 5.30 am before being taken to the hospital
A British teenager told the police that he was raped by two men in the Majorcan party resort of Magaluf.
The nineteen-year-old said he had contracted the sex attack after being evicted from a brothel in the infamous Punta Ballena strip after a night out with friends he had divorced.
The respected island newspaper Ultima Hora said the incident happened on Sunday around 5.30 a.m.
The 19-year-old man told the police that he had been lured into a brothel in Magaluf by two prostitutes, but when he was thrown out because he had no money, two men attacked him.
It said the vacationer was lured into prostitution by two prostitutes on the promise of a striptease – but was thrown away after telling them he had no money.
The two men would have waited for him when he was thrown out through a back door.
Doctors examined him at the Son Espases Hospital in Palma, the capital of Majorca, and have understood that he has been the victim of a sex attack.
None of the local vigilante was immediately available for comment on Monday morning.
In May a British man told the police that he had been raped in the party village of San Antonio in Ibiza.
The 27-year-old tourist told officers that his sex attacker had forced himself near him in the rough West End area before he stole his phone.
The local press described the suspect as a & # 39; big black man & # 39 ;.
Island newspaper Diario de Ibiza said it happened near a KFC take-away in the West End after the British man was thrown to the ground in a surprise attack.
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