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- another term for yob
- ‘It's going to be a magnet for yobbos, vandalism and antisocial behaviour.’
- ‘You might get some yobbos that leap around.’
- ‘This town is not ruled by a few yobbos.’
- ‘I can't understand people with young children allowing these yobbos to get in there.’
- ‘There is absolutely no justice when it comes to these yobbos who go out and hurt innocent people.’
- ‘The crowd at Headingley were just drunken yobbos.’
- ‘They don't care about throwing stones or the problems with yobbos in this area.’
- ‘We do not turn out yobbos to wreck our society.’
- ‘There are yobbos coming down here all the time.’
- ‘We cannot go on allowing drunken yobbos to ruin our town and our lives.’
- ‘The last festival I went to was terrorised by drunken yobbos and violent episodes.’
- ‘These yobbos and drunks are scaring people.’
- ‘The yobbo may have thrown an egg.’
- ‘We're now seeing plenty of young yobbos who are wielding rocketpropelled grenades on an opportunistic basis.’
- ‘They claim yobbos have wrecked the wire fence.’
- ‘Low-life yobboes simply laugh at them.’
- ‘These are not all brainless yobbos who just go abroad to get drunk and have a fight.’
- ‘I know you do your best, but the law is on the side of the yobbos, these criminals, not the victim.’
- ‘They are cowardly yobbos who must be stopped now.’
- ‘When firefighters arrive the yobbos start spitting at them, giving verbal abuse, climbing over the engine and throwing bricks at it.’
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