Two youths were beaten bloody in the municipality of Cajamarca in Peru. When Serenazgo arrived on the scene, they were surprised to learn that the youths were beaten like this by their own friends.
The youths allegedly drank alcohol with another group of friends when an out of nowhere brawl broke out among them. One thing lead to another and this was the result.
Cajamarca is remarkable for the infamous battle of 1532 in which 168 Spaniards defeated an army of tens of thousands of Inca warriors. The victory is credited to the Spaniards having horses. The Incas have never seen horses before so when the Spaniards surprised them with beasts of such massive size, they fled in horror. But of course, no man can outrun a horse so the Spaniards just slaughtered them en masse and captured the emperor Atahuallpa. This defeat was one of the leading contributors to the demise of the great Incan Empire.