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.