|Squatters unfurl a banner on the roof of the £11million property which was on the market until last month|
On one side they fill their people's heads with that the-west-is-the-problem-zionist-stuff and on the otherside they are up here living in the lap of luxury.
Squatters have taken over an £11million mansion owned by Colonel Gaddafi's son in a protest against the dictator.
The property, reportedly owned by Seif al-Islam Gaddafi, has been on the rental market for £9,750 per week.
Police said they are monitoring the situation at the Hampstead property - although no arrests have been made.
The extravagant home, in one of the capital's most exclusive neighbourhoods, is fitted with a swimming pool, sauna and cinema.
It was on the market until last month but was withdrawn and instead put up for rent for more than £500,000 per year.
A banner was unfurled on the property today which said 'Out of Libya Out Of London.
Signs on the property in English and Arabic said 'revolution' and 'solidarity'.
|Banners said 'Solidarity' and told the Gaddafi's to get 'Out of London' The group have said they will stay until the property is returned to the Libyan people|
Saif’s four-level, double-fronted property has underfloor heating throughout and was bought complete with two dishwashers, microwaves, as well as fridges and freezers.
Squatting: Group in north London home of Seif al-Islam Gaddafi said they switched on the news as soon as they got in on the extra large television
The property is owned by a company in the Virgin Islands and was bought without a mortgage.
The leader of the group, who gave his name as Montgomery Jones, told the Evening Standard: 'We want to make sure the property goes back into the hand of the Libyan people who deserve it.
'We're here for a serious reason, we're not here to luxuriate: I don't think what we are doing is legal but I don't think it's relevant if you are talking about something this important.'
|Officers were called to the address but they have said they are currently treating it as a 'civil matter'|