Valentín was brutally beaten by patovicas from a bowling alley in Mendoza. As reported by the 19-year-old through social networks, they attacked him for no reason, left him lying on the street and did not provide him with medical attention.
The incident occurred at dawn on Monday at the Praga bowling alley, on Godoy Cruz y Miter street. He is investigated by the Tax Office 13 of Greater Mendoza. Rock and alternative bands recitals are organized at the venue. Then it works as a bowling alley.
The young man assured that he was beaten between five security guards of the place, who rebuked him because, supposedly, he was fighting with two other subjects, a situation that he himself denied.
The victim also pointed out that, after being attacked with punches in the face, three of the patovicas grabbed him by the neck and arms and took him out into the street.
On public roads, private guards left him lying down and, in principle, denied him the possibility of receiving medical assistance.
Valentín took advantage of the viralization of the images of the aggression to alert his followers: “The issue is that they take care if they go to that place with the idiots they have as security and that they know that it is not the first or last time that they are going to continue happening things like that in that place. This is how these sons of bitches left me for more than 3 minutes in the street, “he posted on Twitter, as the user @PSuarezzzz.
Valentin and his friend have already declared in the criminal prosecutor’s office on duty, where they provided evidence against the local staff.
“In the bowling alley they left him lying on the sidewalk, they did not call the police or the ambulance,” his mother María Lucero reported in an interview with Channel 9 in Mendoza.
The family filed a lawsuit against the owners of the bowling alley as criminal and civil liable.
The mother said that Valentín had to be treated at the Lagomaggiore hospital that night: “They did tests and a CT scan, and they put medication on him.” She reiterated that her son was left unconscious on the street and said: “Thank God there were no brain damage because it could have been much worse ”.
The bowling release
When the video of the beating was made public, on the Instagram profile of the Prague bowling alley, the company itself recognized the responsibility of its employees.
“Given the events reported on social networks, we inform that we deeply regret what happened last Sunday.” And they assured that “all the personnel involved have been laid off.” They closed the post with a promise: “We will get back to the affected family as soon as possible.”
Source: Minute One