Their camp, which spread into Hyde Park and was opposite the exclusive Dorchester Hotel, was strewn with their possessions and rubbish, with locals saying the area began to smell like an 'open sewer'.
It came days after a central London council demanded the Romanian government sends its own police to Britain to deal with rough-sleepers from their country who are setting up camp in the capital.
Westminster Council says the problem is costing the taxpayer £500,000 a year.
Councillor Nickie Allen has written to the Romanian ambassador about the issue and said: 'We, and the local police, are diverting resources every day into dealing with this. My concern is the situation is going to get worse with the hot weather.
'Until we stop these people coming into the country this is not going to go away. It’s like mole holes, you can clear them from one place and they pop up in another.'
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