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Brazen ‘stowaway selfies’ posted on Facebook appear to graphically illustrate the extent of illegal Albanian migration into Britain.Pictures of young people hidden in lorries are uploaded on pages including ‘Albanians in London’, alongside the caption: ‘On the way.’Other images offering fake IDs and charges to book a place with a smuggler expose how gangs of people-traffickers seem to be cashing in on social media.Many end up in foster care or at the mercy of criminals, a Daily Mail investigation reveals.Some are forced to work as drug mules for Albanian crime gangs – which police recently described as the ‘most ruthless the UK has ever seen’.
The 61-year-old told Border Force officials: ‘I thought I was just delivering furniture.’ The father of one claimed he had ‘met a man at a pub’ near his home in Langley, near Slough, and was offered £500 to collect a load from France.
Yesterday even Albania’s government branded Britain a soft touch compared with other nations, and urged the UK to send migrants back home more quickly.
Meanwhile families there openly admitted sending their children to sneak into Britain to find a better life.
Images on three Facebook sites purportedly show young Albanians celebrating their illegal entry into Britain.
Laughing, holding bottles of drink and posing with the Albanian flag, the teenagers’ ‘stowaway selfies’ are on pages which can reach 60,000 followers.