Shocking moment a man is stamped on the head in Dublin Airport05/25/2022
Shocking moment a man is stamped on the head in Dublin Airport’s arrival terminal following mass brawl as families cower in terror
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- One man was arrested following a brawl in Dublin Airport yesterday evening
- A group of men were involved in scuffles, with one getting stamped on the head
- Gardai confirmed one man was rushed to Beaumont Hospital for treatment
This is the shocking moment a group of men were involved in a major brawl in the baggage reclaim area of Dublin Airport.
The footage, shot last night, was shared online, where within hours it was viewed by more than 21,000 people.
Shocked passengers in the terminal looked on in horror as one man stamped on another’s face.
Several bystanders dragged the man away after the victim was unable to defend himself on the floor.
This is the shocking moment a group of men were involved in a major brawl in the baggage reclaim area of Dublin Airport
Shocked passengers in the terminal looked on in horror as one man stamped on another’s face
One man has been arrested and a second is receiving treatment at Beaumont Hospital
A man in his 20s has been arrested. A second was rushed to Beaumont Hospital in Dublin which is a few miles south of the airport. Beaumont Hospital is the national centre for neurosurgery.
Witnesses said two men began brawling before several others became involved in scuffles.
At one stage a third man becomes involved who knocks one of the original brawlers to the ground.
Gardai confirmed they have made an arrest.
A Garda spokesperson told the Irish Independent: ‘Gardaí, with the assistance of the DAA Airport Police responded to a public order incident at Dublin Airport earlier this evening, May 24, 2022.
‘One man has since been taken to Beaumont Hospital where he is receiving treatment.
‘One man (20s) was arrested and is currently detained at Swords Garda station.
‘No further information available at this time. Investigations ongoing.’
Dublin Airport Authority said: ‘As this incident is subject to a police investigation, we are unable to comment further at this time.’
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