Junk piled in driveways, people asleep on furniture in the street and a drunken fall at lunchtime: A day in the life of Inala – the Brisbane suburb about to feature in part two of ‘poverty porn’ series ‘Struggle Street’

  • Furniture strewn across the street, residents snoozing on sofas and a man stumbling headfirst into a tree.

These were the scenes Daily Mail Australia found on the streets on Wednesday in Inala, a south-western suburb of Brisbane that has been identified as the potential new location of the next installment of the controversial docu-series Struggle Street.

The first Struggle Street series, filmed in Mount Druitt in western Sydney, was condemned by some critics as ‘poverty porn’, but the series’ producers and broadcaster SBS defended it as a slice of real life for many Australians living in the country’s urban sprawl. The second series is expected to start filming in Queensland in coming weeks.

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Struggle Street - the residents of Inala, west of Brisbane, are up in arms about SBS planning to film the next episode of Struggle Street in their neighbourhood, Inala, Queensland, 19 May 2016.

Struggle Street – the residents of Inala, west of Brisbane, are up in arms about SBS planning to film the next episode of Struggle Street in their neighbourhood, Inala, Queensland

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