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News - 15 May 2011

Boris Johnson backs new rules to prevent 'yobbish' behaviour in Romford

Any teenagers caught attempting to use fake ID in order to drink under age are to be banned from Romford's pubs and clubs until they are 19.

Boris Johnson is backing the two new schemes by Havering Council and the Metropolitan Police. The schemes are part of the drive to reduce alcohol-related disorder in Romford and last month 100 drunken troublemakers were banned under the town's 'Banned From One, Banned From All' scheme.

The schemes aim at deterring anyone under age from using fake ID to get into licensed premises in Romford.If caught they will be refused entry, have the fake or borrowed ID seized, and door staff may call police.The teenager will then be questioned about their true age and identity and  will have to give contact details for their parents. They face being banned from venues in the town centre until they are 19.

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