Neighbours of a Bransholme drug den where police carried out a raid two weeks ago have expressed both sympathy and disgust at those responsible.
Those living in the house in Quarrington Grove were issued with a closure order on the property, meaning no-one but those named on the order can enter the house.
There was a heavy police presence in the small residential street on February 7, when police seized a quantity of suspected Class A drugs and made four arrests on suspicion of possession with intent to supply.
But some neighbours came out in support of them, with one woman who had known the inhabitants for the five years since they moved in describing them as "lovely people".
"Day to day, they're really friendly," she said.
"They're really nice people, we get on really well. Everything has been totally exaggerated because they're lovely people."
Not all the street's inhabitants were so supportive, however, with one mum saying she never let her kids play outside because of the constant drinking on the grass outside.
One elderly resident, who has lived on the street for 30 years, said he did not know them personally, but that he "didn't want to" either.
"This used to be a selective area, you had to go through a lot of vetting to live here," he said.
"They're the scum of the Earth, they just stand there sipping cans and just tossing them."
He added: "Fair enough, everyone's got to live somewhere and they're there now, just got to live with it."
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But he said the police raid had calmed things down.
A 31-year-old woman, who grew up in Quarrington Grove, says she had "never seen the street this bad", with another resident saying it was an ongoing issued caused by "bad eggs".