Brit dad of 2 dies after being beaten and knelt on by Magaluf bouncers & police

A BRITISH dad has died after allegedly being brutally beaten up and knelt on by bouncers and police while on holiday in Spain.

Tobias White-Sansom, 35, passed away in hospital five days after the disturbing incident on the notorious Magaluf strip last Tuesday.

He had been partying with his girlfriend in the VIP area of a club called Boomerang before finding himself “pleading for his life”.

The final moments of the father-of-two, from Nottingham, have now been revealed by his millionaire brother, Maximillian White.

The devastated sibling, who made his fortune as a medicinal cannabis tycoon, said Tobias had headed back inside the club to the VIP area to retrieve his t-shirt.

But the holidaymaker was told his belongings had been put away, seeing him head to the bar with his girlfriend to grab another drink.

It was then that security allegedly “grabbed him from behind”, according to witnesses who have spoken to Maximillian.

The businessman, who lives in Dubai but owns a holiday home in Majorca, told the Mirror that his brother began to resist because “he didn’t know who it was.”

He claims three or four bouncers began attacking Tobias, handcuffed him and subjected him to a horrific beating that lasted for around 12 minutes.

Police then arrived at the busy club, after up to 60 revellers had reportedly begged the security to stop the attack, screaming “You’re going to kill him!”

Maximillian continued: “Police grabbed him, threw him straight to the floor, put another set of handcuffs on him so he had two sets on, then all eight officers decided to kneel on him while he was panicking.”

Tobias was “pleading for his life” when he went into cardiac arrest and was given a tranquiliser.

Cops at the scene then allegedly began to “beat up tourists and people watching” before ordering them to “disperse while breaking their telephones.”

Tobias’ family are now battling to have his body flown home for further examination.