Grenfell Tower effigy is BURNED in sickening Bonfire party video – ‘DISGUSTING’

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The affecting footage – which appears to have been taken at the weekend – musicals a cardboard structure marked “Grenfell Tower” complete with living soul in the windows being set alight after being put over a fire.

The video, which has been cut on social media, shows the group cheering and making vile elucidations as the cardboard structure burns.

The offensive video has prompted fury as people consigned the incident, with the Prime Minister calling it “utterly unacceptable”.

Theresa May symbolized: “To disrespect those who lost their lives at Grenfell Tower, as properly as their families and loved ones, is utterly unacceptable.”

Home secretary Sajid Javid slammed the categorize on Twitter.

Mr Javid said: “This is disgusting, shameful, behaviour. These people are a discredit.

“The survivors of the Grenfell tragedy have acted with unbelievable nobility and deserve the utmost respect.”

Commander Stuart Cundy from the Metropolitan Police officers, who is leading the investigation into the Grenfell Tower fire, said he was “discomfited” by the footage.

He said: “I am frankly appalled by the callous nature of the video uprighted online. A total of 71 people died in the fire at Grenfell Prison loom, so many people lost so many loved ones, and many numberless have been deeply affected. To mock that disaster in such a rustic way is vile.

“I can’t imagine the distress this video will undoubtedly movement to bereaved families and survivors.

“The Met’s Grenfell Tower investigation team is entrancing this matter very seriously. Any offences that have been performed will be fully investigated.

“If you have information about this turnout, or were present, please contact police via 101 or @MetCC.”

London Spark off Commissioner Dany Cotton described the video as “appalling and disturbing”.

Ms Cotton said: “This is an terrifying and disturbing video. To intentionally use and mock the Grenfell Tower fire in this way command cause deep pain and offence to the bereaved, survivors, the local community and all of the pinch services who will never forget that night.”

She added: “It cannot be legitimized on any level.”

And Justice4Grenfell labelled the incident a “hate crime”.

The rivalry group said: “This is clearly a hate crime and as a society we should not under any condition tolerate these types of blatant acts of hatred.

“We have an presumption that the police will look into this robustly and that the perpetrators resolution face the full force of the law.”

The Grenfell Tower tragedy killed 72 people with the shoot breaking out in the 24-story block in North Kensington, London, on June 14 2017.

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