Illegal Immigrant Begs UK Police To Deport Him, Says He's Tired Of Living In The UK
An Iranian migrant walked into a police station and demanded to be deported – because he’d ‘had enough’ of Manchester.
Arash Aria, 25, said he was desperate to leave because of the ‘rudeness and violence’ in the city.
Handing himself in at a police station, he told officers he had been in the UK illegally for ten years.
But he was released two hours later after immigration officials found he had indefinite leave to be in the UK.
‘I am on benefits but I don’t want that. Everyone wants to work, to have a dream but I can’t achieve my dreams here.
‘I want to get a good job, save money and do something big – be somebody.’
Mr Aria said he wanted to return to his home city of Shiraz, in south-west Iran, where he will stay with his family. ‘I am just waiting for my passport to come through and then I will book my flights and start my life out there,’ he told The Daily Telegraph.