A female British holidaymaker accused of slashing a hotel manager’s throat with a broken bottle in a drunken row over a bar bill is being hunted by police in Ibiza.
The woman, who has not been named by Spanish police, attacked a waitress at the hotel in Sant Antoni on 9th July.
Then, when the hotel manager came to her colleague’s aid, the Brit is said to have hurled a bottle at her which broke, cutting her neck badly.
The tourist then reportedly fled and the 30-year-old manager was rushed to Nuestra Senora del Rosario Polyclinic hospital.
Surgeons have performed two operations since she was admitted.
The Spanish Civil Guard are monitoring the island’s international airport in case the tourist tries to escape back to Britain.
Local media said the holidaymaker was sitting at a table with a group of women who had been drinking heavily but refused to pay their bill.
The holiday island’s Sant Antoni resort town is notorious for rowdy drinking sessions and out-of-control British holidaymakers.
Spanish media said locals fear its “scary” atmosphere caused by raucous drinking sessions.