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Another weekend in Melbourne, another house trashed by Africans, another failure by Victoria Police

No charges laid.

It's no wonder these African hoodlums don't respect the law - Victoria Police command don't respect the law either.

They simply stand by and watch as taxpayers' police cars and private property gets smashed.

And no charges are laid.

 

African youths trash Melbourne rental property in wild party

Kelly, outsider her rental house in Footscray where an out of control party caused major damage. Picture: David Crosling.
Kelly, outsider her rental house in Footscray where an out of control party caused major damage. Picture: David Crosling.
  • The Australian

The owner of a short-term rental property trashed by African youths said police would not enter the property unless she could prove there was damage.

A group of up to 150 African youths descended on the house in Melbourne’s west over the weekend, throwing furniture into the street and threatening neighbours.

A women cleaning inside the house rented on Booking.com. Picture: David Crosling.
A women cleaning inside the house rented on Booking.com. Picture: David Crosling.

Footscray rental owner Kelly, who would not give her last name, said police had earlier told her not to enter the property.

Kelly had been informed the group booking her house were from Adelaide, but the credit card used subsequently declined.

She had started getting messages about the out-of-control party at 11:30 at night.

“I was under the understanding that ... they were not tenants. Police strongly advised against entering the property,” she said.

“The neighbours had advised us there were smashing sounds — it turns out they were smashing windows — but the police said if we would prove damage, we could go in.

“But we couldn’t go in.”

In an earlier interview, Kelly had told radio 3AW that police had said they were unable to intervene and save her home, because the guests had been invited to the party.

“The police say because these guests, these tenants invited people to the house and they had a right to be there, and they were not able to enter the building,” Kelly told 3AW.

“We all looked in while I could see my house, basically windows being smashed, massive holes in the walls, doors knocked through.

 

 

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