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Last Updated: Wednesday, 16 June, 2004, 13:38 GMT 14:38 UK
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A teenager nicknamed "The Egg Man" has been banned from throwing eggs under an anti-social behaviour order (Asbo).

Kenneth Wallwork, 17, of Catherine Close, Wesham, Lancashire was placed on the interim order until 19 July when a full Asbo application will be made.

Blackpool Magistrates heard how the antics of Wallwork and others led to shops agreeing with a police call for a ban on the sale of eggs to youths.

Wallwork is banned from entering Kirkham from 1900 BST to 0600 BST.

Station ban

The full order will also ban him from causing or inciting harassment, alarm or distress, causing damage or physical harm and being in possession of fireworks or alcohol in a public place.

Neither must Wallwork enter Kirkham railway station unless he has a pre-booked ticket nor loiter at its entrance.

He is also barred from being with four male youths in a public place and interfering with the residents of an address on Station Road, Kirkham.

The bench were given a dossier of 16 incidents by Lancashire Police.

Paul Robinson, defending, said his client did not oppose the order and had "turned over a new leaf".

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