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What is Antisocial Behaviour?
 
Antisocial behaviour is when you act without considering others, examples of antisocial behaviour could include the following:
  • Noisy behaviour in quiet streets.
  • Being threatening or drunken.
  • Vandalism or graffiti.
  • Dealing or using drugs on the street.
  • Dropping rubbish on the street.
  • Aggressive begging.
  • Drinking in the street.
  • Setting off fireworks late at night.

Other names for Antisocial Behaviour.

Other names that are commonly used for antisocial behaviour includes: noisy, drunk, threatening, aggressive, littering, vandalism.
 
The effects of Antisocial Behaviour.
 
If you behave in an antisocial way, you’ll upset people around you and will make your area feel unsafe.
It can have other effects too, like having to pay more for car and home insurance just because of the area you live in. 

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