France: Raging Migrant Injures Four Officers at Detention Center Over Lack of Hot Water

Multiple police officers were injured when an illegal migrant flew into a rage at a detention center in France last week, according to reports.

The disturbing incident unfolded on Thursday in Sète, a commune in the department of Hérault.

A man being held at a CRA detention facility was complaining about a lack of hot water in his room when he spiraled into a violent fury, kicking and punching officials in his presence.

Two officers were brutally beaten, as well as two more who arrived to help their colleagues.

The migrant was eventually subdued, but four officers were injured during the melee.

"First, we would like to congratulate these police officers who have demonstrated great courage and professionalism," the Alliance Police Nationale de l'Hérault told Actu.

"Next, we demand a very firm response from justice, as well as human resources, so that the police officers of the CRA of Sète can work calmly."

Dangerous incidents are reportedly increasing at the CRA facility, which is used to detain criminal illegal aliens and those facing deportation.

Earlier this month, authorities 'foiled a mutiny' being planned by inmates that could have led to widespread violence.

Migrants wreaking havoc at asylum centers and holding facilities in their host countries is a common occurrence, as Infowars Europe has often reported.

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