Yet another reason for turning them around while in the water.
Next stop Britain! Sudanese migrants who were saved by Royal Navy in the Med are clothed and fed… before casually strolling out of camp and hopping in a taxi for first leg of their journey HERE
Hamad Said, pictured extreme left, with his friend Abdul Fatah are waiting at the side of the road, just outside a refugee camp in Cara Minero in Sicily. On Monday, both men were rescued by HMS Bulwark, bottom right, in the Mediterranean, having paid people traffickers $2,000 each to cross into Europe. Now, both men plan to hitch-hike, centre, to Rome, while they continue their journey to the UK, top right. The pair plan on meeting people traffickers in Rome to organise a truck to Calais and onwards to Britain.