Now a fourth asylum seeker is arrested and charged with crimes as Anthony Albanese’s High Court crisis escalates

A fourth asylum seeker has been arrested following a controversial High Court ruling as Anthony Albanese faces a full-blown crisis over the issue.

A 45-year-old Sudanese man was charged on Wednesday with stealing luggage at Melbourne Airport from a sleeping traveler and failing to comply with a curfew.

The man was expected to appear in Melbourne Magistrates Court on Wednesday.

He is the fourth asylum seeker to face charges since the Supreme Court ruled on November 8 that indefinite detention was unlawful, allowing the release of 148 dangerous non-citizens.

Three other released detainees, including a pedophile and a sex offender, were arrested and charged in separate incidents.

Afghan refugee and convicted sex offender Aliyawar Yavari, 65, was charged with indecently assaulting a woman at a South Australian hotel on Saturday.

A judge called him a “danger to the Australian community” after he attacked three women and kicked in the door of an aging mother.

Meanwhile, Mohammed Ali Nadari, 45, was arrested on drug charges in New South Wales and convicted pedophile Emran Dad, 33, was arrested in Dandenong, southeast of Melbourne, on charges of contacting minors on social media and violation of their obligations to provide information. .

Dad, originally from Afghanistan, allegedly ran a prostitution ring targeting underage girls in government custody and was jailed for having sex with a 13-year-old girl in exchange for cigarettes.

The arrests mark a significant escalation in the crisis facing Prime Minister Anthony Albanese, who has been accused of failing a major leadership test on the issue.

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