A bouncer is facing charges after he was caught on camera beating tourists at a South Beach hotel.
Marc Denis Vallin, 39, was arrested Wednesday on an aggravated battery charge, an arrest report said.
Miami Beach Police said cell phone video showed Vallin slamming a man's head into the glass entrance of the Nautilus Hotel on Washington Avenue Saturday night.
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The victims, who were visiting from Michigan and staying at the hotel, were involved in a dispute with Vallin over "attire," the arrest report said.
The report said Vallin had pushed a woman down three steps, causing her to fall on her knees and elbows.
When the man tried to help the woman, Vallin grabbed him by the head and slammed him into the glass while throwing him out, the report said.
The man fell to the ground and Vallin kicked him in the head, knocking him unconscious, the report said. The man was later taken to Mt. Sinai Hospital for treatment.
Vallin was booked into jail and later released on bond. Attorney information wasn't available.
Quadrum Global, the owner of Nautilus, released a statement on the incident Friday.
"We are pleased that police have apprehended the individual who is accused of assaulting two of our guests during an event in the hotel’s lobby on Jan. 30," the statement read. "Following the incident, we immediately severed ties with the suspect’s employer — a third-party event organizer — and have worked closely with the authorities in their ongoing investigation of the incident. Fortunately, the guests involved in the incident are safe, and our focus at this time is on ensuring their continued wellbeing."