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Police warns of ‘Irish handymen’: as soon As there must be paid, the amount is a lot higher
Boortmeerbeek The people of Boortmeerbeek, Haacht and Keerbergen get the last time on a regular basis so-called ‘Irish travellers’ on the floor. “They offer their klusjesdiensten for very low prices, but as soon as there must be paid, the amount is a lot higher. Go here not on in and let us”, so says Paul Belmans, spokesman of the local police force Boortmeerbeek/Haacht/Keerbergen.

The phenomenon around Irish travellers or Irish travellers is already longer known. “Irish or British - usually English speaking – go door-to-door to ask if they ‘help’ with chores in or around the house. They offer their services for very low prices, but as soon as there must be paid, the amount is a lot higher. In some cases, they ask in such a harsh way to put their money, that people did not dare to refuse. The travellers are recognizable for their simple leaflets, the lack of quotations and their Irish accent,” says politiewoordvoerder Paul Belmans.

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