Man fires gun at ex-girlfriend in middle of street in broad-daylight

GUN: Three shots were fired in Malaga street GUN: Three shots were fired in Malaga street Diario Sur

POLICE have arrested a 25-year-old man for firing a gun at his ex-girlfriend in the San Andres district of Malaga.

Neighbours watched in horror as the incident happened in broad-daylight in the middle of the street.

Just the day before the girl had reported the man to police and a judge placed a restraining order on him. 

In a video published by the newspaper Diario Sur, the young man can be seen walking towards the girl with the blast  gun pointing at her, while she backs with a knife in her hand. 

The man then fires three shots and the girl starts running backwards before he runs away.

Although there were no injuries, the man was later arrested by National Police officers.

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