Three men who loitered by shops making lewd remarks to passing women have been banned from an area of Birmingham.
The three men "created an atmosphere of fear"
Takings at shops in Fentham Road, Aston, and nearby areas plummeted as women were afraid to walk by the gang.
One woman was targeted so frequently she became too scared to work in the surrounding area.
Shamroz Khan, 26, and Saqib Hussein, 20, from Fentham Road, and Imran Saleem 19, of Leonard Road, Lozells, were given Anti-social Behaviour Orders.
It means the three men cannot enter or loiter near a number of shops in the area, cannot meet in a public place in Aston, cannot make sexual comments or gestures to women in the area or drink alcohol, except in licensed premises.
Sgt Pete Henrick, of West Midlands Police, said: "This group of individuals have shown flagrant disregard for the local residents, local businesses and the police.
"Their actions have intimidated local residents and created an atmosphere of fear."
The orders last five years for Khan and three years for the other two men.