We all know that teenagers are a menace. They steal, drool, toilet paper your trees, and have sex with your daughter. Well one town in Norfolk (UK) has decided that enough is most assuredly enough. They have drawn a line in the sand and taken a definite stance against teenagers and their vile hyjinx. They… have banned the sale of ketchup and eggs to teens.
Sergeant Andy Brown, of Norfolk Police, admitted the ban may sound bizarre but said it was proving effective.
He said: “I know it sounds a bit daft, but it has made a difference because we’ve had no more reported incidents since the supermarkets came on board.”
At least they know that their fight against the delinquency of children sounds a little limp. (Think 190 year old without his little blue pill, here). I guess it isn’t all that bad, really. So some 12 year old can’t buy ketchup for his fries (and then shove them in your gas tank because you gave him a bad grade in history class). The thing that bothers me is that parents should be kicking the little morons bums and not letting the grocery store do it for them.