British driver mounts pavement and deliberately smashes into pedestrians including 7-weeks-old infant in Marbella

Several people were injured with one presently
unconscious after a British man mounted a
pavement near Puerto Banus’s Ocean Club in
Marbella, Spain and deliberately ploughed into
pedestrians at about 9 p.m. last night.

The British man had been asked to leave the
Ocean club, which was hosting its annual
champagne party, following a fight. So in anger,
the drunk man got into his 4×4 Audi SQ7 and
sped onto the pavement, mowing down victims
as pedestrians ran off, screaming in horror.

The driver did not stop after mowing down
people but sped off, leading to a police chase,
complete with sirens blaring. The chase ended
when the man’s car smashed into several
vehicles near Marbella’s famous Golden Mile, a
venue popular with celebrities. The Brit driver, in
his late 20s, was arrested at the scene as well
Six people and the driver have been taken to
Marbella’s Costa del Sol hospital and one is
unconscious. A seven-week-old baby was
among those injured in the terrifying hit-and-

Officers confirmed they have arrested two Brits
over last night’s horrific scenes. The driver was
initially described as a 22-year-old, although
sources close to the investigation said today he
was born in 1990 making him 26 or 27 years

The well-informed source said to DailyMail: “A
passenger in the car has also been arrested. He
is being held at a police station in Marbella near
Puerto Banus in connection with last night’s
incidents. The driver is at Marbella’s Costa del
Sol Hospital. Both men are British.”

There were initial fears that the incident was
terror-related but police ruled that out and said
the driver had been drunk.