The amount of three or more visibly African teenagers standing in public, possibly making noise or being annoying, is “out of control” in parts of Victoria and tougher sentencing laws are needed, Federal Minister Greg Hunt says, but police insist they are on top of Melbourne’s youth crime problem.

Mr Hunt, who represents the seat of Flinders on Melbourne’s south-eastern fringe, has taken the opportunity to berate the Labor state government, and even convinced the Prime Minister to join in.

The Prime Minister, who’s own electorate is still unable to solve the deaths of over 80 gay men between Bondi and Maroubra at the hands of white teenagers, says more needs to be done to solve African gang crime.

“We don’t know what is happening, but something needs to be done”

“There’s been three Herald Sun front pages about cars being damaged throughout Melbourne’s suburbs over the last week”

“Might have something to do with the fact these kids are bored as hell on school holidays and the only thing on TV is a 3 week cricket match and a yacht race, but we aren’t sure”

“What we need to do is find ways to sentence these kids if they in anyway slip up”



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