An attack on Serbs in Zadar: They were first kicked, and then torches were thrown at them. A football fan was arrester, member of Tornado group
The workers wanted to enter the building where they had accommodation when two men jumped on them from behind
Unknown persons attacked on two workers from Serbia with torches on Monday, around 22:15h, in Zadar. Two unknown people approached two Serbs, aged around 30, in the parking lot in the street Gazic road, and then they first verbally assaulted Serbs, followed by a physical attack, according to the zadarski.hr.
The police have announced that they arrested 18 years old, and they are still searching for the other attackers. The perpetrators set 2 torches on fire and they threw them in the direction of Serbs, after which they ran away.
According to the Croatian media, the arrested attacker is a member of the Tornado fan group. As seen in the footage, the workers wanted to enter the building where they had accommodation when two men jumped on them from behind.
They kicked them, and then they threw torches
They started kicking the Serbs, and one of the attackers set a torch on fire. After a few moments, the attackers escaped and they threw the torch towards the workers. The torch bounced off of a building and rolled under a car which didn't catch fire by pure luck.
The incident was very disturbing for the residents of the block and the nearby hostel.
Watch the video from the safety camera:
Let's recall the arrest of the hooligans from Croatia who recently ravaged a gas station