Five arrested after 'vile' model Grenfell Tower burning video

Five arrested after 'vile' model Grenfell Tower burning video

Faouzia and Abdulaziz El-Wahabi, 42 and 52, died alongside their children, Yasin, 20, Huda, 16, and Mehdi, eight, in the flat as the fire ripped through the west London tower block leaving 72 people dead.

Louise Connell told The Sun her son Bobbi, 19, would "get some words from me" when the pair are reunited after the teenager was among those allegedly questioned by police.

Scotland Yard confirmed the men presented themselves to a south London police station at 10pm on Monday after the force launched an investigation into the video.

Police arrested the men on suspicion of a public order offence and taken into custody.

A video shared on social media shows a cardboard model of the tower being set alight by a laughing crowd.

Theresa May was one of those who criticised the actions in the video, calling them "utterly unacceptable".

He added: 'A total of 71 people died in the fire at Grenfell Tower, so many people lost so many loved ones, and many more have been deeply affected. "It's like killing these poor people all over again".

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Khadijah Mamudu, whose mother and younger brother escaped the June 14, 2017, firestorm, called the burning of the model a "vile act".

The "disgusting and insensitive" video quickly went viral as people watched in shock. But raucous laughter can be heard off-camera, with several bystanders speaking with southern English accents.

He said: "It must be shocking and distressing to all those involved. whatever form their involvement took, whether as bereaved, survivors or indeed members of the wider community. Help me!", "Jump out the window!" and "That's what happens when they don't pay their rent".

'We will continue to investigate and where appropriate prosecute anyone who is financially profiting from the Grenfell fire, and taking away resources and support for the true victims'.

The video has been particularly disturbing for many people because the Grenfell tragedy has raised hard issues about race and class in Britain.

"This is clearly a hate crime and as a society we should never tolerate these types of blatant acts of hatred" it said in a statement.

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