SPAIN police have made several arrests after more than 50 people became involved in a massive street brawl at the party resort of Magaluf.
The thugs were filmed kicking, punching each other and hurling rockets including bottles during the riot in the early hours of Sunday morning in the coastal town of Majorcan.
Chaos broke out between the two large groups for about 10 minutes before police intervened and restored order.
The cause of the fracas is still unknown and there is still no official comment from Magaluf authorities.
According to some eyewitnesses, fighting broke out between a group of North African youths – believed to be Moroccans and Algerians – against the Spaniards.
However, the snowballs scuffle and eventually attract revelers from different nationalities.
Reputable sources said this morning rival groups of Portuguese Have been involved.
Several nightclub security guards intervened but were unable to stop the brawlers from kicking, punching and throwing objects at each other.
Officers from Calvia’s Civil Guard and Local Police were quickly on the scene and helped the guards try to end the altercation.
Several people are said to have suffered injuries including broken bones.
Police are currently investigating the incident and are trying to identify those involved by scouring local hospitals in case anyone seeks medical help for injuries sustained in the altercation.
Violence broke out on the street outside the famous nightclub on the notorious strip, Panama Jack.
One young man was seen getting punched in the face and standing up before others started swinging their legs and fists as onlookers screamed.
One local commenting on the scenes sarcastically said: “Magaluf is in the midst of modernization and Eliminate drunk tourism.
It came about after years of efforts by the local government to clean images of Magaluf disorder, alcohol and drugs, while trying to suppress the rowdy Britons who flocked to the party town.
In March, a British tourist was arrested after allegedly knocking out two tourists, including a British teenager, in Magaluf.
No Britons are believed to have been involved in Sunday morning’s violence.