Drinking on streets 'not acceptable'
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Drinking in gangs on Newport streets 'not acceptable'

Drinking alcohol in the street and people congregating in groups could be banned in a part of Newport recently blighted by large-scale disorder.

The council and police want to curb anti-social behaviour in Pill, where youths recently targeted police with fireworks during a "riot".

Anyone caught breaching the order could face a fine or prosecution.

But residents and traders in Pill say they are sceptical about whether it will work.

Insp Richie Blakemore said people needed to realise this behaviour is unacceptable.

  • 27 Nov 2016
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