Man arrested over Torremolinos stabbings


A 48-YEAR-OLD man has been arrested for stabbing two bouncers in Los Alamos club in Torremolinos.

The man, who slashed the doormen with a razor blade after his younger brother was thrown out of the club, has been placed in the custody of the Judicial Authority, while both bouncers remain in intensive care in Hospital Clinico Universitario.

The alleged perpetrator was watching motorcycling with his 39-year-old brother last Sunday when the younger man allegedly became disruptive and was asked to leave at around 8pm. Both brothers exited the club and as the bouncers turned to walk back into the club, the 48-year-old stabbed them in their backs, slashing one guard once and the other twice.

The men fled towards the beach where they were confronted and assaulted by a group there.

The National Police arrived and arrested the brothers on attempted murder. They are also investigating the assaults on the pair. The younger brother has been released pending charges.

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