A couple returning from France say they were shocked to find a migrant hiding in their car roof box.
It was only after the Police arrived that the couple discovered the migrant was attempting to escape the UK. Sammy de Souza, a refugee from war-torn Syria had arrived in London mid 2016 and was granted asylum. After three years of Brexit madness, he requested a visa to return home but was denied. Sammy had enough, deciding to take his chances and make a run for it.
Describing the discovery, Mr Fenton said: ‘We had been home for about 10 minutes when my wife Sally told me to come quick. And there are two feet sticking out from the side of the roof box and thumping coming from inside, and neither of us registered what was going on.’
Sammy said, ‘I had been through wars, starvation, lost loved ones, but no one could prepare me for the horrors of the UK. After my arrival I was housed in a council flat in Luton and the noise next door was terrible. Growing up in Syria with years of wailing and shrieking echoing in my ears, I thought the worst was behind me, but this distortion of sound came from a banshee of hell.’ Our reports show that Sammy was living next door to documentary film maker Stacey Dooley.
The couple, who had been holidaying in Dordogne, France, had stopped overnight on Friday at a hotel in Calais. They had parked their Skoda on the street, as their car – with the roof box attached – was not able to fit in the hotel’s car park. The Fentons then caught a ferry from Calais to Dover, before returning home.
Sammy had initially sneaked into the couples car roof box with: Three Sainsbury’s Taste the Difference sandwiches, a packet of Walkers Sensations and a family size Dairy Milk bar. What he didn’t realise is that the roof box in question was manufactured in North Korea and generally used as a cheap coffin. Sammy continued, ‘I knew my luck was up when I tried to open the box but it wouldn’t budge. I shone my flashlight and came across the chilling inscription – Kim Jung-un says hello.’