Three UK Tourists Arrested for Alleged Gang Rape in Mallorca Hotel

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Three UK tourists have been arrested in Mallorca, Spain, for allegedly drugging and gang raping an 18-year-old woman at a hotel. The suspects were apprehended at Palma Son Sant Joan Airport as they attempted to flee to Manchester, England. The Civil Guard confirmed the arrest of the three young men, who are accused of sexual aggression against the woman at a hotel in Calvin. According to the police, the victim reported the incident in the morning, stating that she had been raped by the men she had met the previous night. She also mentioned feeling unwell, leading her to believe she had been drugged. The suspects were known to her only by their nicknames.

This incident follows a recent spate of similar cases in Mallorca. Earlier this month, five French tourists and one Swiss national were arrested on suspicion of gang-raping another British woman at the same hotel. In July, six German boys were also arrested for gang raping an 18-year-old German girl in Playa de Palma. The victim managed to escape and sought help from a hotel receptionist. Gang rape carries a sentence of 15 years imprisonment under Spanish law.


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