American tourist mugged in Barcelona denies lying to cops about value of stolen watch

The American tourist who had his expensive watch stolen in a caught-on-camera Barcelona mugging has spoken exclusively to to deny lying to Spanish police about how much the timepiece is worth, saying he doesn’t remember how much he paid for it and that he is being unfairly treated as ‘the bad guy’. 

Seth Bernstein, 46, was mugged in Barcelona in front of four of his five children on June 2 as they walked down a street outside their five star hotel.  

He filed a police report…

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