Alcohol has been confiscated from a group of children, some of whom were wearing school uniform, at a McDonald's in Sheffield.
The youths were searched by police at the fast food restaurant on Penistone Road, which has been plagued by anti-social behaviour.
Officers said this evening: "A search was made of a group of females all aged under 18 years tonight and alcoholic drinks were found on persons. Even more surprising was that some of the girls were wearing school uniform.
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"If you are a parent do you know exactly what your child is involved with when you trust them to behave out in the community?"
Police recent hailed measures to address anti-social behaviour at the branch as a 'huge success'.
Officers began working with managers at the burger chain following a flurry of complaints about the behaviour of those using the branch.
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Parent advisory letters have been issued and two youths were dealt with by police over damage caused to the car park at the nearby Morrisons superstore.
McDonald's has said it reserves the right to refuse to serve individuals and has issued banning letters.