Shocking footage has recently emerged showing migrants at a Hungarian train station throwing away food and water given to them by police.
It is understood that the migrants rejected the food as the packaging contained a cross rather than halal which is a symbol of the muslim religion, the packaging was also apparently embossed with the badges of the Hungarian police force. The disturbing footage shows the migrants rejecting the many food packages and bottled water, throwing them onto the train tracks. Although some young children accepted the food whilst many adults threw it back at police officers.
The news comes as a number of refugees, have been gathered at train stations in Hungary in the hope of travelling onwards to Austria and Germany. Hungarian authorities had initially refused to let them cross but now have since relaxed their stance as many migrants have now made their way to countries across Europe. This latest video has been circulating on social media over the last few hours. The news will likely put increased pressure on the Tánaiste Joan Burton who, as The Liberal reported, is inviting up to 5,000 refugees to stay in Ireland.