Five Brits stabbed in Magaluf in Halloween party attack

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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Jamie Wiseman/Ii Jamie Wiseman For The Daily Ma/REX (2757508a) Young British Boys And Girls Many Celebrating The End Of Their Gcse's And 'a' Level Exams Hit The Punta Ballena Strip The Notorious Bar And Club Area Of Magaluf On The Spanish Island Of Mallorca. Visitor Accidents And Deaths In The Area Have Risen Sharply According To A Uk Government Report And Many Locals Put This Down To Increased Binge Drinking By Increasingly Younger Visitors. See Sue Reid Story. Young British Boys And Girls Many Celebrating The End Of Their Gcse's And 'a' Level Exams Hit The Punta Ballena Strip The Notorious Bar And Club Area Of Magaluf On The Spanish Island Of Mallorca. Visitor Accidents And Deaths In The Area Have Risen


A DJ stabbed five British tourists at Spanish holiday resort Magaluf, Majorca, outside a pub during Halloween celebrations on Friday.

Nelson Delgado, 25, from Portugal, was arrested after stabbing the Britons at around 4am on Friday morning.

According to the Daily Mail, police believe he stabbed the British holidaymakers after mistaking them for a gang wearing Halloween fancy dress who attacked his brother hours earlier.

Delgado has been remanded in custody after appearing in court.

According to the Daily Star , the victims are critically ill in hospital, many with back and stomach wounds.

Other reports say the fight involved around 20 Brits. Delgado was reportedly left with a knife wound.

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