British hen party-goer, 28, is arrested in Majorca after ‘throwing a glass at a Spanish girl who mocked her flat chest after double mastectomy’ and told she can’t leave the island until she pays £4,400
- Jodie Gumbley, 28, flew to the popular Spanish island with friends for hen party
- Gumbley and friends went to a cocktail bar in Magaluf when they were taunted
- The 28-year-old allegedly threw a glass at a Spanish girl and was arrested
A 28-year-old hen party-goer has been arrested after allegedly throwing a glass at a Spanish girl who mocked her flat chest.
Jodie Gumbley from Bradford, flew to the popular Spanish island with friends for a hen party just weeks after a double mastectomy.
The group went to a cocktail bar in Magaluf when they were taunted by another group, as reported by The Sun.
The group then allegedly threw a glass at the hen party, that landed near the hen Janine Kelly, so Jodie retaliated by throwing one back.
Jodie Gumbley from Bradford, flew to the popular Spanish island with friends for a hen party just weeks after a double mastectomy
Jodie’s sister Holly, 19, said her sister threw a glass ‘in retaliation’ and that Jodie was not a violent person.
The 28-year-old has been bailed but cannot leave the island until she has paid £4,400. If she is cleared the money is returned, if she is found guilty the money goes to the allged victim.
According to police sources the alleged victim, 28, was treated for a cut above her eye.
The double glazing firm secretary had the double mastectomy because she found out she had the same cancer gene as Angelina Jolie.
The Hollywood actress announced that she had a voluntary double mastectomy in May 2013.
Jodie’s (pictured) sister Holly, 19, said: ‘Jodie then threw a glass in retaliation’, after being taunted
Jolie took the decision after she was told at the time that she had an 87 per cent chance of developing breast cancer.
This was due to her having inherited the faulty BRCA1 gene, which increases the risk of both breast and ovarian cancer.
This same mutation led to her mother’s death at age 56.
Figures suggest that around one in 400 women have such genetic twists