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Re: McDonalds attracting hooligans

I sort of had a degree of sympathy with the original post until the ridiculous comment in the last paragraph.

Re: McDonalds attracting hooligans

personally i wouldn't call them hooligans, I am fine with them hanging outside McDonalds but causing danger to the public is not. There used to be a group of teenagers who hangs out outside Budgens as well but they have grown out of it by now i think :)

Re: McDonalds attracting hooligans

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personally i wouldn't call them hooligans, I am fine with them hanging outside McDonalds but causing danger to the public is not. There used to be a group of teenagers who hangs out outside Budgens as well but they have grown out of it by now i think :)


Some of the ones I have seen are most definitely hooligans, perhaps I have been there at different days/times to you.

Re: McDonalds attracting hooligans

Hanging around outside Tesco today, the high street has gone really down hill.

Re: McDonalds attracting hooligans

Hooligans or just kids being kids I am not sure , however last night I saw one riding a hoverboard on the road and a another pair riding their mopeds from McD's down the pavement towards the Wimpy bar. This is not good at any time but at around 6:30 the high street is still very busy and this behaviour should be stopped otherwise someone could get hurt.

Re: McDonalds attracting hooligans

I saw the police having words with a group of kids outside McDs last week, not sure what for but it would seem they are aware but I guess not alot they can do except keep moving them on

Re: McDonalds attracting hooligans

I saw them last Saturday. They were being loud and acting a bit rough, which didn't make me feel safe as a lone female walking on my own. They were down near the Tesco. I thought Ruislip was meant to be a nice area. I was mentioning them to my partner last week, and I didn't even see this post but saw someone talk about kids there throwing KFC at people...I described them as 'chavs'.

Re: McDonalds attracting hooligans

Ruislip as an area has a history of teens hanging around in groups going back decades.So this is all nothing new!Not condoning this behaviour,but Bar 101 is most likely going to be the biggest issue going forward!

Re: McDonalds attracting hooligans

7 Dispersal notices were issued over the weekend - if those who were issued with them return they will be arrested. The police are dealing with this.