Youths banned from buying ketchup

Supermarkets have banned sales of eggs and tomato ketchup to young people in a bid to cut anti-social behaviour.

About a dozen residents in the Charles Close area of Caister-on-Sea, near Great Yarmouth, have reported tomato sauce being squirted at cars and homes.

Norfolk Police asked supermarkets in the town to challenge youths trying to buy sauces in squirty bottles or eggs.

Sgt Andy Brown said no more complaints had been received in the past two weeks since the agreement came into force.

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3 Responses to Youths banned from buying ketchup

  1. dan says:

    Eggs and ketchup don't vandalize, teenagers do

  2. hot_bananas says:

    so, instead of disciplining these dweebs – they just slapped their hands (if they even did that) – and banned selling eggs and ketchup. isn’t that so screwed up?

  3. Darren says:

    Out of protest the kids have started streaking. Only there, they’re
    calling it the Full Del Monte.

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