And imagine how they will behave once they are given residency… Just deport them or shoot them if they refuse to leave.
Migrants armed with bats and knives are smashing motorists’ cars ‘just for fun’ while they’re stuck in traffic in Calais, warn locals
- Locals in Calais report that migrants are attacking cars close to the port
- They claim migrants are not checking whether children are in the cars
- One resident claims they used knives and bats to attack her relative’s car
By Abe Hawken For Mailonline
Published: 17:10, 15 August 2016
The sister-in-law of a motorist whose car was seriously damaged has claimed the attackers were migrants using bats and knives in Calais.
Maëva Mayla uploaded four photographs to her Facebook page showing the damage to the Audi vehicle and the post has been shared more than 6,000 times.
Meanwhile, locals living near the French port city have also warned drivers to avoid the area and have reportedly said migrants are not checking whether children are inside the vehicles before they attack them.
Ms Mayla posted photographs of her brother-in-law’s vehicle and wrote that it sustained more than £435 worth of damage when it was set upon by ’15 migrants’ who carried out the attack ‘just for fun’.
The rear windscreen of the car had been completely smashed, along with a wing mirror and the front windscreen had been shattered by the thugs, reports US news site Breitbart.
Ms Mayla wrote: ‘You’re leaving work and then you’re attacked by migrant s**** just for fun – it disgusts me!
‘Tell your relatives so that they can avoid it happening to them.’
One woman that commented on her post, Marine Gabrielle, said she no longer uses the roads around Calais as she is ‘so scared’.
The damage to Ms Mayla’s brother-in-law’s vehicle comes just weeks after lorry drivers warned that it is just a matter of time before someone is killed.
Earlier this month a migrant armed with a chainsaw threatened a driver.
Her brother-in-law’s front windscreen was badly damaged (left) and one of his wing mirrors was completely smashed (right).
The migrant camp, known as ‘The Jungle’ has a population of 9,000 migrants.
Sami, an Eritrean migrant who has been living in The Jungle for six months, said that the camp can be quite tense and that conflicts can quickly start.
He told local paper Nord Littoral: ‘There are people who come from different countries who do not speak the same language.
‘That creates tensions, particularly in the queues for food. I have seen conflicts start there; you’re more likely to get meal if you’re big and strong.’