Bermuda is quite safe by international standards, but the island has experienced a recent increase in gang crime, primarily in the town of St. Georges, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Incidents include a brawl broken up by police between two youth gangs armed with baseball bats in the main tourist area, Molotov cocktails thrown into two cars in a revenge attack in the early morning hours, and an evening assault of an embassy employee by gang members trying to steal his rented motor scooter. The youth gangs are composed of groups of unemployed men who began to hang out drinking and using drugs and then gradually evolved into gangs. Their presence is becoming intimidating.