A TOURIST lay unconscious in a pool of blood after a brutal fight in the party hotspot Magaluf.
In the early hours of Saturday morning, clashes broke out between two hostile groups of holidaymakers on the notorious Punta Ballena promontory.
Shocking footage shows the boy lying motionless on the ground in front of an ATM, blood spurting from his head.
A crowd of revelers had gathered around him as he lay face down on the sidewalk and someone tried to pick up the lifeless man.
Others quickly intervened and punched him away, fearing that moving him before paramedics arrived could make his condition worse.
However, one well-built guy decided to give the youngster a clearer message and waded in to the face with a powerful right hook.
The boy almost fell on the victim on the ground before all hell broke loose as two rival groups started fighting.
Three smaller boys are seen taking on two burlier men, fists flying through the air while other clubgoers look on in horror.
They continue to punch each other in the face and body as the violence spreads across the strip.
One of the muscular guys, wearing a blue t-shirt, is then outnumbered as he stands at the entrance to a diner.
The ruling trio of buddies smack him from all directions as he flails his arms to free himself.
But then his sparring partner lunges at him to save him, attacks the boys and throws one into the fast food counter.
He delivers another painful-looking right hook to the tourist, allowing his pal to escape as the fight escalates.
The two beefy hunks then chased the three boys into the darkness as they ran down the busy party mile.
It was not immediately clear whether British or Irish tourists were involved in the orgy of violence.
Police could not be contacted to confirm if they had made any arrests, but it is understood local law enforcement has not been alerted by anyone involved in the brawl.
Local authorities have been desperate to clean up Magaluf’s image of disorder, alcohol and drugs, while cracking down on rowdy tourists.
Five police officers were injured in a mass brawl involving around 50 people in front of a club in the coastal town of Mallorca in May.
Ten people were arrested after the incident, which took place on a busy street in front of a popular nightspot called Panama Jack.
Ten people were eventually arrested after the incident near a popular bar called Panama Jack.
A group of Portuguese holidaymakers have been identified as the main troublemakers in the fight, which also involved North African youth and Spaniards.
In March, a British tourist was arrested after allegedly mowing down two holidaymakers, including a British teenager, in Magaluf.