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yob

British slang for an aggressive and/or violent young male (less commonly, female). They are often unemployed, live on estates, have drug and alcohol abuse problems and often show signs of anti-social behaviour.
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And I'm with Jack all the way on this as he declares his determination to hang the yobs out to dry.
There was a challenge to fight and the yob pulled a knife and a baton from the back of his trousers, swinging them at Armstrong as he ran towards his van to smash a window.
Another resident, Liza Granton, 22, told how a yob held a knife to her throat as she walked home earlier this year.
It is both shocking and sad that so many businesses are blighted by growing yob culture to the point that some are even thinking about closing altogether.
And, if you have a particular story to tell about the yobs in your area, let us know - we would be only too pleased to highlight wrongdoing or to celebrate your part in fighting it.
Yob will face incumbent United States Representative Bart Stupak who is serving his fourth term in Congress.
FULL STORY: PAGE 2 PITCH INVASION: The yob grabs the head of a Chippenham Town player at the end of the promotion play-off
If just one Leicestershire policeman had taken seriously just one of the 33 calls Fiona made, then the scummy yobs who hounded that mother and child to their graves would have backed off.
If a bonfire of yobs was built and set light to, Huddersfield would be a much better place.
Instead of keeping yobs in one of Her Majesty's holiday camps.
The brazen yob even leaned over a woman so he could smear the wall behind her with his red marker pen.
I don't see him as a Hearts supporter, I see him as a yob.