Refugee ‘who vowed to bomb Australia, run over police and harassed an officer’s teenage daughter’ could cost taxpayers millions to detain because Iran REFUSES to take him back

Behzad Bashiri arrived by boat in 2011, before allegedly threatening to bomb the country, intimidate citizens and strike police with a vehicle, The Herald Sun reports.

But despite Victoria Police appealing to Immigration Minister Peter Dutton to have him deported, he cannot be repatriated without his consent.

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  • Hard Little Machine

    Must be some coral reef to stick him on

  • Martin B

    Helicopter. Ocean. Problem solved.

    • Observer

      Fly him over Iran and kick him out the door without a parachute.

  • Cat-astrophe

    Not like the movie “Bullet”, but bullet nonetheless.

  • Dana Garcia

    Aren’t used parachutes inexpensive?

  • mobuyus

    Feed this fucker to the Great Salt Water Crocs. What the fuck is wrong with the blokes down under. This should be an easily solved problem.

    • felis gracilis

      Sadly, what is wrong with our cousins down under is the same thing that is wrong with us: post-modernism, cultural Marxism, civilizational suicide-wish.
      As for the gentleman in question, a rowboat, towed out to sea and released just outside the territorial waters of Iran would seem to be win-win for everybody. Well, just about everybody.

  • Dave

    From 35000′, how’s iran gonna stop him???

  • Felicia Scott

    So “disappear” the slimebucket. No pieces big enough to be found.

  • Drunk by Noon ✓

    Have his parts delivered to the Iranians in Iran via “diplomatic pouch”.
    I know, the west doesn’t roll like that, but maybe it would be a better world if we did?

    A quick way to end this kind of nonsense is to immediately cut off their access to visas, especially the diplomatic ones the entitled Iranians get on short notice with no screening to come to the west to do the things they can’t do back home.

  • dapto

    Lock him up till he’s dead who cares

  • Norman_In_New_York

    Bring him on board an oil tanker entering the Persian Gulf, then set him adrift on a lifeboat to Iran.

  • Sharks eat anything.

    Just saying.