A British man has died after a brutal assault by bouncers outside a nightclub in Cyprus, sparking outrage and calls for justice. The victim, identified as Huseyin Mavideniz, 29, was attacked in the early hours of Thursday morning in Iskele, a town in northern Cyprus. He was allegedly punched and kicked in the head several times by the club’s security staff, who also stamped on his skull.

Mavideniz was taken to Famagusta State Hospital, where he was pronounced dead. According to the initial autopsy report, he suffered a brain hemorrhage as a result of the attack. He had travelled to Cyprus with his father, who was seeking medical treatment.

The incident occurred outside the ‘Breeze’ bar in Trikomo, where Mavideniz had been involved in an altercation with a 26-year-old man. The 26-year-old, who has not been named, has been arrested by the police, while another person is being sought in connection with the incident.

Shortly after Mavideniz arrived at the hospital, a group of men armed with a sledgehammer stormed the accident and emergency department and smashed windows and furniture. The motive behind this act is unclear, but some reports suggest that it was related to the nightclub dispute.

The shocking crime has caused widespread anger and grief among Mavideniz’s family and friends, as well as the local community. Many people have expressed their condolences and demanded justice for the slain man on social media. A petition has also been launched to urge the authorities to take action against the perpetrators and prevent such violence from happening again.

Mavideniz was described by his loved ones as a “loving family man” who was “kind and gentle”. He was born in Singapore but had British nationality. He worked as a personal trainer and had a passion for bodybuilding. He was married and had a 10-month-old son named Kai.

Leave a Reply