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McDonalds and Asda in Dunbar plagued by anti-social behavior by group of local teenagers

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After several reports of young people causing damage to property and physically abusing staff, the fast food restaurant banned teenagers from entering the premises.

The same group of young people also caused problems at the nearby Asda store on Spott Road.

Both stores are currently working with the police and the local community to find a solution.

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Locals claimed that all young people were banned from eating in McDonalds and entering the Asda store without adult supervision.

However, McDonalds and Asda have denied this information.

A McDonalds spokesperson confirmed that their location in Dunbar does not have a blanket ban for teenagers.

Staff at McDonald’s in Dunbar have been troubled by the anti-social behavior of a group of misbehaving young people.

An Asda spokesperson said: ‘Where there may be anti-social behaviour, we may impose shop bans on individuals, but never whole groups such as teenagers.’

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