Brit charged in road rage stabbing.



  • Lewis Harry Briggs, 23, is accused of killing a Spanish teen in November 2020
  • Ulrich Perez was stabbed in the heart at a pedestrian crossing near Marbella
  • Briggs was extradited from the UK to face trial after his December 2020 arrest

A British man has been charged with stabbing a Spanish pedestrian to death in a Costa del Sol road rage attack.

Prosecutors want Lewis Harry Briggs jailed for more than 16 years if he is convicted, it emerged today.

The 23-year-old was extradited to Spain from the UK to face justice after being arrested on the outskirts of Leeds in West Yorkshire in December 2020 following a five-week manhunt.

He is accused of stabbing teenager Ulrich Perez in the heart on November 18, 2020, on a zebra crossing in Diana Park between the resorts of Marbella and Estepona, who allegedly recriminated Briggs for driving too fast.

Lewis Harry Briggs, a promising boxer, is accused of stabbing to death a Spanish teen
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