A squatter can be seen jumping from house to house through the backyards. The gypsy clan lives illegally hooked up to electricity and water. | R.S
The neighbours of Son Molines, in Palma, can't take it anymore. What started out as a friendly community where all the residents were friends, organised bbqs and children played together has turned into a real nightmare. Of the 14 houses and 21 parking spaces located just behind Ikea, seven houses have been illegally squatted by a well-known gypsy clan from Son Banya. They lay down their law and try to impose their rules. They do not hesitate to use force, threaten everyone and if necessary confront the police when they arrive.