Miami Beach Bouncer Arrested After Hospitalizing Patron
Police placed a bouncer at a Miami Beach hotel under arrest after allegedly beating up a patron.
WSVN.com reports that the incident occurred in 2021 at the Nautilis by Arlo hotel on Collins Ave., Miami Beach. The altercation apparently began when the victim and the bouncer began arguing over the dress code. The victim’s wife reportedly spit in the bouncer’s face, leading to the attack.
More: Here is the kick to the head of a Michigan man just after he was thrown out of the Nautilis Hotel where he and his girlfriend were staying last wknd. @MiamiBeachPD say the dispute was over dress code. The bouncer has been arrested. @wsvn pic.twitter.com/CM1ueTLppi
— Sheldon Fox-7 News (@fox_sheldon)
February 5, 2021
The report quotes the victim’s wife as saying “The bouncer snapped his neck,” adding that “The bouncer works here. They fired him on the spot after they snapped his neck.”
A good Samaritan, who claimed to be a doctor, helped the victim after the bouncer slammed the victim’s head into a glass door and kicked him in the head, possibly causing a “minimum concussion”.
First responders later transported him to Jackson Memorial Hospital.
Police later arrested the bouncer and charged him with two counts of aggravated battery.
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