A TOWN man at the centre of a holiday sex scandal narrowly avoided jail after a savage pub attack which left a reveller with a fractured eye socket.
Alan Collinson runs Carnage Events in Mallorca’s party capital Magaluf, and has hit the national headlines in recent days after claims a teenage reveller took part in a sordid sex game involving 24 men.
A video of the incident was posted online, and sparked outrage after going viral.
Collinson later used his Facebook account to respond to the criticism, and said “it was a normal night”.
Collinson, a former squaddie who served in Afghanistan, attacked Jamie Fleming in what was described in an unprovoked attack in the town’s Princess Helena pub back in 2010.
Teesside Crown Court heard the attack started after Collinson, 28, suspected his victim had tried to chat up his girlfriend at the time.
He had previously warned Fleming off when he thought he believed he was overstepping the mark with his girlfriend.
He admitted grievous bodily harm and received 12 months prison, suspended for 12 months, with supervision by the probation service.
Collinson, who lived in the town’s Grasmere Street before moving to Spain, was also ordered to pay his victim £1,500 compensation.