Now just imagine all the Muslim settlers that left that pile of trash behind.
Piled 12ft high, the ever-growing mass of rubber dinghies and life jackets abandoned on Lesbos by migrants who have risked crossing the Mediterranean by boat
Abandoned: A more than 12ft high pile of life-jackets and dinghies, left behind by migrants and refugees that have successfully made the hazardous journey across the Mediterranean to the Greek island of Lesbos
- The huge pile of abandoned dinghies and life-jackets is on the Greek island
- Some dinghies are still intact while others are worn through by the journey
- Tens of thousands have made perilous crossing from Turkey this summer
- Greece has been overwhelmed by the numbers of people arriving this year
Shocking images have emerged of a huge pile of deflated dinghies and life-vests, left behind on the Greek island of Lesbos by the refugees and migrants who have successfully made the perilous journey across the Mediterranean.
The pile of abandoned dinghies, some still intact and others worn through by the journey, which tens of thousands have already made this summer.
But the crossing is notoriously perilous.
Hazardous: The crossing across the Aegean is notoriously perilous, with some 34 refugees – including 15 children – dying this week in the single most deadly accident in Greek waters since the migrant crisis began