There little experiment has gone predictably wrong.
English transcript below video.
The Danish government offered 135 euros per month to students to live in the immigrant ghetto neighborhood of Mjolnerparken.
But apparently, that was not enough: the authorities then offered young danish students very cheap apartments there.
A report by Stephen Eriksen that reveals how this intriguing experience can turn into a nightmare because of the harsh environment.
[GIRL TALKING] : They smashed through the window here while I was right under it.
[REPORTER] : Anna Kogsgaard has been living in the immigrant ghetto neighborhood of Mjolnerparken in the suburbs of Copenhagen for three months.
Unnamned individuals broke into Anna's apartment twice: the first time the young student was sleeping under the window; the second time she was not home.
The burglars stole two cameras and a laptop computer. But Anna's troubles did not end there...
[ANNA KOGSGAARD] Yesterday I went out to get supplies. When I came back, my bike was gone, no doubt stolen by the same individuals.
[REPORTER] ; Lars Rasmussen of the social democratic party thinks that danish students should be made to live in the ghetto, even if he understands Anna's concerns.
[RASMUSSEN ON PHONE] : All students must be made to take advantage of the low cost of living in the immigrant ghetto. They need to live in a troubled but cheap part of town instead of paying top rate in the center of town.
[REPORTER] : But that's not what Anna thinks: And she's not the only one getting out of the immigrant ghetto.
[ANNA KOGSGAARD] (Editor" What's wrong with that poor girl's teeth?) "I can't live here any more. I'm going to move."
[REPORTER] : Alex and Marlene moved out of Mjolenparken a month ago.
[ALEX AND MARLENE] : It was not safe when I got home at night. The light posts wouldn't work and there'd be gangs of immigrant youth prowling everywhere. It was impossible to stay; we left.
[REPORTER] : The couple fled after being victimized several times: gangs of youth threw eggs at them.
[ALEX AND MARLENE] : We had problems with young immigrants who were lost and aggressive towards others.
[REPORTER] : Lars Rasmussen of the social democratic party understands these concerns, but continues to call for more public funds and greater police service.
[RASMUSSEN ON PHONE] If we want things to improve we need to mix up different populations and that's going to take an effort. That way there will be fewer delinquent families in the ghetto.
[REPORTER] Those "efforts" will have to be made without Alex and Marlene.
[ALEX AND MARLENE] : Even if the rents are super cheap, there's no way we'd come back. It's not so hard to move in, but it's very difficult to stay.