Couple Warn Drivers to Avoid Calais Following Terrifying Attack by Masked Migrants

A husband and wife from Kent have warned others not to travel through Calais after their car was recently set upon by around 40 migrants wearing hoodies and with their faces covered. The migrants banged on the car, leaving the couple shaken, but border force officers refused to take action. Paul and Lisa Burton, landlord and lady of the George Inn in Newnham, Kent, often take elderly customers on a day trip to Ypres, but have vowed not to do so anymore following the attack on their vehicle. The incident occurred on the main road a mile from the port of Calais, close to the Jungle migrant camp, which is home to around 9,000 migrants – all trying to get into the UK. The camp is due for demolition in the next few weeks. Speaking to KentOnline, Mr. Burton recounted: “We take our staff and friends on a day trip across the Channel, to Bruges or Belgium or France, often a few times a year. “It was a great day out until we started our return journey to Calais. “We were about a mile from the port at about 9pm and the road was suddenly blocked by a load of