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  Boy, 14, banned from saying grass
Updated 15 January 2004, 13.26
Grass
Never mind staying off the grass, 14-year-old Zachary Tutin from Manchester can't even mention the stuff!

If he does, he faces being locked up for five years, after he was made the subject of an anti-social behaviour order for abusing his neighbours.

He accused them of "grassing" on him - telling the police about him.

He's also not allowed to use the word "cripple" following two-and-a-half years of insulting and threatening his local community.

Zachary has already served a sentence for other offences.

He is also accused of using racist language towards an Asian shopkeeper.

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