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Parents have been left horrified after migrants have been discovered hiding within the coach bringing their kids again from a college journey in France. Children in years 9 and ten at Hounsdown School in Totton, Hampshire, had been on a three-day journey to Boulogne University 20 miles south of Calais.

Teachers and pupils had come via the Eurotunnel again to Southampton on Saturday night when the invention was made.

Two males, considered of their early 20s, have been discovered hiding within the baggage maintain whereas households have been getting baggage off of the coach. One of the boys tried to run away however was stopped by mother and father.

One mum ready to gather her son stated it was “horrendous” and that her son’s baggage was lined in urine.

She stated: “My son’s luggage was covered in urine and his belongings crumpled by one of the men being on top of it.

“In French, I requested them in the event that they spoke English or French they usually replied French, I used to be about to ask them the place they’d come from however bought ushered away by the academics.

“My one aim was to get my child off the bus, and once I had I went back as I couldn’t handle seeing kids being asked to take their baggage out of the hold.

“I simply stated ‘excuse-moi’ to the gent and leaned over him to get the remainder of the luggage out as my son’s was tucked beneath him.”

Another guardian stated on social media: “Just picked my daughter up from her school trip to France. The coach driver opened up the bottom to get the suitcases and found immigrants sat in there.”

One wrote: “I’m angry about it. They got access to a coach carrying school children.

“It’s one thing to get in a lorry but a very different thing to manage to get in to a coach without being seen. Was an absolute shocker to see a person sat there as the kids went forward to get their bags.”

Another guardian stated: “My son is so upset bless him, he’s told me to cancel him going away next year with the school and has said he’d rather wait until he can pay to go when he’s older.

”Poor little… after such an unbelievable journey too! The academics couldn’t have finished a greater job the entire manner via, I actually do really feel for them proper now.”

Hampshire Police confirmed that officers attended however no arrests have been made.

A drive spokesperson stated: “We were called just before 05:15pm on Saturday, February 10, to reports that two people, who were possibly illegal immigrants, had been found at Hounsdown School in Totton. Officers have attended. No arrests have been made.”