DAILYKENN.com -- A black family identified as "French" by the media has turned town subsidized housing in Britain.
Arnold Mballe Sube and wife Jeanne say the home offered is too small. They require at least six double rooms to comfortably accommodate their eight children.
A French family of 10 have criticised a British council for failing to provide a bigger house - despite turning down a five bed property.
Arnold Mballe Sube and his wife Jeanne, both 33, share a three-bedroom council house with their eight kids.
But the couple say they need at least six doubles for them to be comfortable.
They claim the living conditions are “terrible” but turned down a larger home because of a lack of storage space.
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