How soon before illegals here start sleeping in your yard sheds and even your trees Residents powerless?
How soon before illegals here start doing the same sleeping in your yard , your sheds and even your trees as they cannot afford their own homes and will the police here be as helpless ?
At first sight, the piles of rubbish and debris strewn across this garden make it look just like a rubbish tip.
But on closer inspection, it is revealed to be a makeshift camp for desperate Eastern European immigrants.
Around a dozen are camping out in residents' gardens, sheds and even their trees as they cannot afford their own homes.
Those who live in the street in Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, have been told they are powerless to remove the trespassers taking The immigrants gained access to the land through an open alleyway and sleep on dirty mattresses, using rolled-up blankets as pillows.
Ian Treasure, 41, one of the homeowners affected by the camps, said a man named Joseph from the Czech Republic was living in his garden coal shed.
Disgrace: Drugs and rubbish litter the area, but the local council and police are powerless to step in
Despite six phone calls to Peterborough City Council pleading with them to evict the immigrants and remove the mountains of dumped rubbish, he could not get the man to leave.
Mr Treasure said: 'The area has become overrun. It is disgusting and the worst thing is that nobody is doing anything about it. Every day it gets worse.
'It all started in November. I was looking out of the window and I saw a mattress in my coal shed. I went out and it turned out I had a lodger there.
'I'm not sure how many there are because I try to stay away from them but I'm fed up because they regularly drink in our gardens and take drugs.'
Mr Treasure said he had asked the man, who speaks broken English and has scabs on his face, to leave dozens of times.
'The angriest I have got was the first time I saw drug needles there in January. I freaked out,' he said.
Mr Treasure added that he was incredibly frustrated that the council and police had done nothing to help him.
He added: 'The police's hands are tied. All they can do is just move them on and then they would be back so it would be a waste of time.'
Ricky Smith, 23, attempted to remove the squatter in his shed after catching him defecating on his lawn on Wednesday night.
He said: 'I slung all his belongings into a pile and told him to get out. I haven't seen him since so hopefully he has got the message.
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How long before this begins happening here in the USA? Would residents in our Southern border states say that it’s happening already?