British PR touts & # 39; use bareknuckle fights to decide who controls the tourist areas in Magaluf & # 39;
British ticket touts use bareknuckle martial arts fights to decide who controls the tourist areas in Magaluf, the local media claim, as footage of brutal struggle emerges.
- Diario de Mallorca Island Newspaper published a video of the wild scrap
- It claims that one of the men is a famous PR tout who was later wounded
- Magaluf PR's business is lucrative as thousands come to the party resort every year
British ticket touts in Magaluf are squire-up to each other in bareknuckle fights to decide who controls the most popular tourist areas of the party resort, it was claimed.
Diario de Mallorca Island Newspaper has published a video of two topless men arguing in which a person can be heard shouting & # 39; come on, that's all! & # 39; in English.
The newspaper says the video is circulating on social media and they, along with local business people, believe it is real.
One man kneels with his rival in the chest, as supposed British PR touts would fight to decide who controls the most lucrative tourist spots in Magaluf.
One man grabs his rival to the ground and relentlessly drops the blows while the defeated man lowers his arms in a defensive direction
They say that at least one of the people in the fight is a recognized local man who is involved in the PR trade that was recently seen with a black eye in Magaluf.
The Spanish police have not yet responded to the question whether these allegations are true.
The PR touts in Magaluf would be run by various organizations that would like to profit from the lucrative business.
Hundreds of thousands of holidaymakers visit the party resort every year and come to the clubs and bars of the Punta Ballena strip.
The touts are known as & # 39; tiqueteros & # 39; in Spanish and his very famous figures in Magaluf, who offer tickets for all-inclusive packages with drinks and boat trips.
The two topless men use martial art techniques during their bareknuckle fight in Magaluf
Images of the wild scrap are circulating on social media and the island newspaper Diario de Mallorca has claimed that it is a proxy turf war
The newspaper claims that those involved are British and that fighting is their way of dividing Magaluf's lawn.
Dramatic video footage shows two naked young men kicking each other.
During the wild scrap a man kneels his rival in the chest, causing him to fly backwards in the sand.
He then jumps down on him and grabs him before he ruthlessly hits him in the face, while the grounded man waves in his arms to defend himself.
They are surrounded by others who watch in silence until one of them says: "Come on, that's all!"
The PR touts in Magaluf would be run by various organizations that would like to profit from the lucrative business. Hundreds of thousands of holidaymakers visit the party resort every year and come to the clubs and bars of the Punta Ballena strip (stock image)
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