Psycho refugee plays 'Crazy Taxi' with pedestrians on Flinders St, Melbourne Yes, in "one of the most livable cities in the world", as spun regularly by the Brit-Aussie press. "The man, who was arrested at the scene by an off-duty officer, is an Australian citizen of Afghan descent who arrived in Australia under a refugee programme. " Let's not forget the psycho Iranian cleric the Kangeroos let in who laid siege at the Lindt Cafe. Kangeroo Gov would open their house to psycho refugees, offer them citizenship. For the skilled people, the Kangeroo Skilled Migration scheme is a money making scheme, beginning with IELTS - Kangeroo Gov learning world class best practices from the Pappies?? http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/42451576 Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has said an attack involving a car in Melbourne was a "shocking crime" but an "isolated incident". On Thursday, a 32-year old man drove his car into pedestrians on Flinders Street, injuring 19 people. Police have said the driver had a history of mental illness and drug abuse but no known extremist links. He had "attributed his actions to perceived mistreatment of Muslims", said a senior officer. The man, who was arrested at the scene by an off-duty officer, is an Australian citizen of Afghan descent who arrived in Australia under a refugee programme. Investigations were continuing, said Mr Turnbull. Image captionThe crash happened on Flinders Street, a busy junction in the centre of the city At this stage there were "no known links to any political issues, or any links to extremist groups" but he added that "nothing should be ruled out". Acting Chief Commissioner Shane Patton earlier said the man was known to have a mental illness. He was on a treatment plan but had missed an appointment on Thursday. When interviewed by police he "spoke about dreams, he spoke about voices", said the chief inspector, "but he also did attribute some of his actions to the poor treatment of Muslims". 'Child in stable condition' Mr Turnbull confirmed that nine foreign nationals were among the injured. According to media reports, these include three South Korean tourists, as well as tourists from China and Italy, India, Venezuela, Ireland, and New Zealand. Several of the injured remain in critical condition, one pre-school aged child is reportedly stable. On Friday morning, streets in the city centre reopened and trams were operating as usual. Police said a second man arrested at the scene was released and expected to be charged with possession of cannabis and a controlled weapon. The charges are not linked to the car attack.