Shocking footage has emerged showing a South Sudanese father being abused by a man he says followed his young family home from childcare.
Dave Anei shared the video on Facebook which showed a man threatening to ‘rip his head off’ and bashing on his front screen door in Brisbane on Thursday.
‘They can shoot me, they can do what they want to me,’ the man can be heard saying, before yelling at Mr Anei for filming him.
‘Take a photo of me? F*** you! Want me to rip this screen door off and f***ing rip your head off bro? F***ing snitch, are you a snitch?’
The man then slams on the screen door before walking away, shouting ‘f*** you, you snitch dog’.
When Mr Anei tells the man to leave his property and asks him what his problem is, he replies: ‘My problem is your boys be starting s*** on me bro.’
He continued: ‘I don’t give a f**** who your African boys are mate… do you know who us Aussie c**** are mate?’
The shirtless man then lists a string of outlaw bikie gangs.
Mr Anei uploaded the video with a caption blaming Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and Mr Dutton for the incident.
‘I hold the Prime Minister Malcolm Trumbull (sic) and his Minister’s for Home Affairs Peter Dutton full responsibility for this racial attack on my family,’ Mr Anei posted.
‘They chose to be in the office to serve certain groups of Australian communities NOT Australia as a whole country.
‘Their words [were] ‘tackle this #Aficangang problem’ and ‘people are afraid to go out to restaurants at night”.
Mr Anei said the man was allegedly following his wife and two children home.
‘They were on their way back from childcare, luckily I was at home to protect them,’ Mr Anei said.
‘Congratulations Mr Prime Minister and your Minister Dutton, you’ve achieved to create division among the community.’
Earlier this month, Mr Dutton told Sydney radio 2GB that residents in Melbourne were afraid to go out at night following a spate of violence in the city’s west.
‘People don’t see this in NSW, in Queensland, but the reality is people are scared to go out at restaurants of a night time because they’re followed home by these gangs, home invasions, and cars are stolen,’ Mr Dutton said.
Prime Minister Turnbull and a senior cabinet minister from Victoria have blamed the state’s premier, Daniel Andrews, for violent African gangs running rampant through Melbourne.
The Prime Minister said the Andrews’ government was responsible for Apex and Menace to Society gangs terrorising residents.
‘We are very concerned at the growing gang violence and lawlessness in Victoria, in particular in Melbourne,’ he said.