yobbery

yobbery

(ˈjɒbərɪ)
n
(Sociology) slang Brit behaviour typical of aggressive surly youths
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Some people arrested for yobbery are being released on condition they stay away from the heart of Stirling.
A hard, funny drama, the perfect antidote to Quentin Tarantino's tantrums and Guy Ritchie's yobbery.
Add that yobbery to its cronyism and free-spending for its favourite sons and daughters, and you might get the impression that the straight and hardworking men and women who comprise the majority of the force, deserve a less tainted representation.
The atmosphere is very male, very testosteronefuelled and in the worst cases full of yobbery and public school twittishness" - Commons Speaker John Bercow on rowdiness during Prime Minister's Questions.
The very idea of destroying beautiful and valuable artwork to make a point is crazy" Antiques expert David Harper on Prince William's reported plan to destroy ivory objects in Buckingham Palace "The atmosphere is very male, very testosterone-fuelled and in the worst cases, full of yobbery and public school twittishness" Commons Speaker John Bercow on rowdiness during Prime Minister's Questions
Former Scottish Police Federation chairman Les Gray said yobbery was soaring after clubs cut the number of officers at games to save cash.
She insisted that home and property owners should no longer be powerless in the face of yobbery.
Fewer police means more crime in neighbourhoods across the country where hard-working families are sick and tired of the vandalism and yobbery that pervades their daily lives.
ONCE again the "Kairdiff Kid" hits the nail on the head ("End the drunken yobbery by sticking a piano in every pub", December 7).
In just the same way as the authorities say the terrorists have won if we change our way of life because of the threat they pose, the same is equally true of the mindless yobbery we have witnessed this week: if we stay away from Liverpool because we believe there is still a danger, then the hoodies have scored their own lamentable victory.
A "PSYCHOLOGICAL contract" between police and the public over tackling street yobbery has been broken, Britain's most senior police officer claimed.
What the pictures reveal is a succession of scenes of traffic congestion, building works, graffiti covered surfaces, obtrusive yobbery and implied noise everywhere from mobile phones to aircraft overhead.