Jobless Migrant Family Of 10 Demands Mansion, Council Has Perfect Response
The father of a migrant family of 10, who not only refuses to work for his $147,000 benefits per year but is a full-time student on the taxpayer’s dime, recently refused a free 5-bedroom house to demand a mansion for his growing family. However, after the councilman heard of the family’s entitlement, he reneged on the offer and instead gave the perfect 7-word response.Arnold and Jeanne Sube fled Cameroon as asylum seekers in search of a better life, which they quickly found in France. Unfortunately, France’s benefits didn’t live up to the Subes’ standards, so they headed to Britain, where they finally began living the welfare lifestyle of which many impoverished taxpayers and homeless veterans dream.
However, instead of gratitude for draining the taxpayers and refusing to contribute anything in return except more children, Arnold and Jeanne, both 33, demanded a larger house because their free 3-bedroom home is “too cramped.” Hearing their plea, the Luton council decided that offering 2 extra bedrooms wouldn’t be too far beyond the city’s budget to suit the whining migrants. To their surprise, the family not only turned down the offer but had yet another demand.The Express reports that the Sube family responded to the council’s generous offer of a free 5-bedroom home by insisting on being given a mansion with at least 6 double bedrooms. Shocked at their entitlement, a Luton Borough Council spokesman told them that since they’re going to continue to demand without contributing, “We will offer the property to another family” and they will remain in their 3-bedroom house.