Youths Banned From Sheffield McDonalds Restaurant For Bad Behavior
Youths who have been causing a nuisance have been banned from a Sheffield McDonalds restaurant for bad behavior. The fast food chain gave out banning letters to the youths following their behavior to staff along with customers in Handsworth.
South Yorkshire Police have received many complaints during the last few weeks and now the culprits have been identified and they have to attend the Moss Way police station along with their parents. Ten youths have been given acceptable behavior contracts that last for 12 months. If they breach the contract then further legal action will be taken.
A spokesperson for South Yorkshire Police said that during the last few weeks they had seen an increase in the amount of anti-social behavior incidents and incidents have been on the rise in McDonalds.
Staff at McDonalds helped police to identify the culprits and they will now have to go to the station with their parents to talk over the matter. 10 acceptable behavior orders have been given to youths and these tell them how their behavior will have to be addressed. The orders last for 12 months and if their behavior does not change then legal action can be taken against them.
The youths have also been offered support from local community youth teams. McDonalds attends the meetings and issue the banning letters from their fast food restaurants to the youths. The youths were also told that their behavior may affect the tenancy of their parents if they are living in council properties.