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In the ransacked house of Théoule's retirees


REPORT - After the squatters were evicted, this couple spent several days cleaning up and throwing away their litter.

From our special correspondent in Théoule-sur-Mer (Alpes-Maritimes)

The windows are wide open.

Laundry dries on the terrace.

Big trash bags are piling up at the top of the stairs.

“We really cleaned up!

exclaims Henri Kaloustian, wiping his forehead.

Mattresses, blankets, sheets, we had to give up everything, even the sofa.

The stench is only starting to go away. "

Back in Théoule-sur-Mer, Marie-Thérèse and Henri Kaloustian spent their first night at the start of the week in this holiday home which had been squatted by a family for twenty days.

In the peaceful seaside resort of the Alpes-Maritimes, clinging to the Estérel massif, a tremendous momentum of solidarity has been created around the retired couple.

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“When I entered the kitchen, opened the dishwasher, the oven… I threw up,”

breathes Marie-Thérèse Kaloustian, still upset.

“It was a pigsty!

her husband, a 75-year-old former mechanic who suffers

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Source: lefigaro

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