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Boys, 10 and 11, face Asbo curfew

Liam (left) and Jamie Bradford
If the two boys break the Asbo they will go back to court

Two Nottinghamshire brothers are among the youngest in the country to be given anti-social behaviour orders (ASBOs).

Jamie Bradford, 10, and 11-year-old Liam have been banned from certain areas of their home town of Worksop and given a night-time curfew.

Residents complained of stones being thrown, verbal abuse, petrol being lit and criminal damage.

Bassetlaw District Council said it applied for an anti-social behaviour order after a lengthy investigation.

The order bans the two boys from being in a big group, being out at night, riding a motorcycle and going on any school premises except for lessons.

If the boys break any of the terms of their ban they could find themselves in court.

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