A Somali couple in Denmark is placed in custody after throwing cobblestones at two Red Cross workers who were there to help them move from one asylum center to another.
In what is described as "grotesque scenes" by Danish media, an asylum-seeking Somali married couple have thrown cobblestones at two Red Cross employees that would help them move. The reason for the extremely aggressive behaviour was that the Somali couple expected to be driven to their new home by car. When they found out that they would have to use trains and plane, they went completely nuts and attacked the two Red Cross employees who had to flee and hide behind a car.
Danish media suggest that the rather bizarre and violent behaviour by the Somali couple probably made sure that they will be sent out of the country as soon as possible.
The 29-year-old Somali man and his 30-year-old wife were to be moved from an asylum center at Fredriksværk to another asylum center at Bornholm.
On Wednesday morning two employees from the Red Cross came and handed the couple train and plane tickets to get to the new destination.
But when the Somali couple realized that they would not be driven in a car all the way, they became very violent and threw among other things cobblestones against the two Red Cross employees.
Senior Prosecutor at Nordsjællands Police, Michael Qvist says to the local newspaper, Fredriksborg Amts Avis:
- At Fredrikssund station the two were handed train and plane tickets and were informed that they were going to Bornholm. Then they became very angry because they realised that they would not be driven by car all the way, which resulted in that they attacked the two Red Cross workers, who had to take cover behind a car.
The demanding Somalis have five children who are still residing in Somalia, and the hope of getting them to Denmark probably disappeared with the vile attack.
On Thursday the pair were detained for 14 days by the court in Hillerød. It will most likely end with expulsion from Denmark.
According to Fredriksborg Amts Avis, the two Somalis have been charged with violence against officials at work and attempts of aggravated assault.
Senior Prosecutor Michael Qvist says:
- We have now completed the questioning of the two Red Cross workers and we have formed an inditement which will add up to expulsion.
Qvist notes that the two Somalis can under no circumstances remain in Denmark, no matter what happens at their trial. It turns out that they have already applied for asylum in several European countries. This means that they should be returned to the countries where they first sought asylum.
It is not unusual for Danish authorities to receive so-called "asylum shoppers," who go to different countries until they find the country that has the best welfare services.
Illiterate Somalis, who are at the bottom of the labor participation statistics, but on top of the crime statistics, are the people who most often end up in the news for negative things.
Here is a short video from Sweden, where a larger group of Somalis require larger homes:
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