A British holidaymaker has been rushed to hospital after being glassed in the neck during a fight at a Magaluf nightspot.
Sarah-Anne Garrity, 22, is understood to be ‘critical’ in intensive care after a life-saving operation.
British soldier Sydney Cole, 19, arrived at court today to be questioned by a judge who will have to decide whether to release her on bail or remand her in custody.
She said nothing as she was escorted into court with her head bowed in handcuffs and wearing blue jean shorts and a white jean top.
The attack happened around 1am at Banana’s at the top of the popular Magaluf strip.
Well-placed sources said it appeared the alleged attacker was a friend of the victim and they were on holiday together.
They are both understood to be members of the British army.
One said: ‘The girl who was injured suffered a cut to her throat. She was rushed to intensive care and had an emergency op.
‘She’s still very serious but we’re hearing the operation has been successful and saved her life.
‘The alleged attacker is in police custody.’
It was not immediately clear if the casualty was glassed with a broken bottle or was hurt when a glass was thrown at her, although sources said they believed she suffered a cut throat after a glass was thrown.
It was not immediately clear if the casualty was glassed with a broken bottle or was hurt when the glass was thrown at her.
She was admitted to Son Espases Hospital in the Majorcan capital Palma.
Additional reporting by Gerard Couzens.