yob


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Their councillors actually name and shame the yobs.
Last month, bus drivers said they had been left fearing for their safety after "countless" terrifying reports of yobs smashing vehicle windows with stones.
The yob, who is facing an Asbo, has now been remanded in custody until his trial.
The poll showed 37 per cent of Britain's businesses have fallen victim to yob behaviour with High Street shops the worst affected.
And laws, including Anti-Social Behaviour Orders (ASBOs), have been passed to help bring the yobs under control.
FULL STORY: PAGE 2 PITCH INVASION: The yob grabs the head of a Chippenham Town player at the end of the promotion play-off
It's very easy to say kids = yobs, but I'm living proof that a council house yob in a period of "no hope'' (late 70s in my case) can become a functioning (and not to say high taxpaying) member of society.
A MAN ran over a yob who wrote "Welcome to Hell" on his fence and smashed his van's window, a court heard yesterday.
A TEENAGE junkie prepares to inject drugs in broad daylight while a brazen yob steals from a bicycle basket and runs off.
He ranks alongside many politicians in believing that yob culture doesn't either matter or even exist.
In June 2004, a yob sat on a car and mooned at Fiona's house.
Can the police stop wasting the public's time and show some responsibility and action to sort out this yob culture.
THESE are the amazing pictures of a graffiti yob snapped by security cameras as he scrawled his street name on a bus in Birmingham.
The yob, who works as a firefighter, is appealing against his conviction.
The points he raised are very valid as the problem we face is not serious crime but the yob culture.