Forget jail, curfews and village service, a leaders of a people of Bristol trust they have a resolution for rebellious crime: Ban cheese toasties.
They have been deemed a magnet for eremitic poise and a gateway to truancy as councils try to stop locals being ‘terrorised’ by a young.
The problem of a cheese toasty crooks came to light when a food outpost owners practical for a looseness to work in a city’s Monks Park.
They’ve formerly been authorised to sell cold food and drinks, though have now been told they won’t be authorised to sell cheese toasties over fears of a food’s links to bad behaviour.
Councillor Claire Hiscott also believes it will ‘lure’ children into skiving off school.
She said: ‘It’s right subsequent to Orchard School, that is a severe propagandize that infrequently has a problem with gripping kids in school.
‘They have to have patrols of staff to make certain kids don’t travel off site. The captivate of a food benefaction might inspire kids to take a small walk.
‘The propagandize has done a lot of bid to inspire healthy eating. We have problems with childhood obesity.
‘Historically we had eremitic behaviour, not only motorbikes, from immature adults entertainment with ethanol and causing a disturbance.
‘Anything that’s going to be a entertainment place is expected to move that back.. We’ve managed to exterminate that. It’s a good still park.’
Planning and growth officer Sue Long told a meeting: ‘We’re really aware of what will work within a park.
‘We’re looking to replicate coffee and ice cream rather than a burger or chips van. That’s not something we would consider.’