In a Spanish bar, three drunken Russians attacked a Ukrainian bartender/Screenshot of Channel 24
Three tourists on holiday in Spain attacked a bartender. As it turned out later, he was Ukrainian.
The incident took place in the city of Alicante. The attack was recorded by cameras installed in a local bar.
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It is reported that three drunk men came to a local bar, wanting to continue the holiday. However, the bartender Ruslan Povaliy said that the establishment would close soon and asked the tourists to leave the premises.
Hearing the bartender's accent, the Russians asked where he was from. He replied that he was from Ukraine.
And added: “Glory to Ukraine,” Ruslan says.
After this phrase, the Russians attacked the bartender. As can be seen in the video, the owner of the establishment and two other visitors tried to disperse the attackers, but they sharply pushed the women away. When Ruslan was already unconscious, one of the attackers kicked him.
The Spanish Civil Guard launched an investigation. There are suspicions that two of the Russians who attacked the bartender have a criminal past.
According to local media, the Ukrainian had bruises and a broken nose.
By the way, Turkey decided create a new airline to transport Russian tourists to Turkish resorts.