A 13- year- old Warwickshire schoolboy has been banned from firing a paintball gun by magistrates.
The instruction was served by Nuneaton magistrates as part of an anti-social behaviour order restricting Thomas Knight of Weston Lane, Bulkington, from carrying out a range of acts.
Knight could face two years in custody if he behaves aggressively or intimidates people, either physically or verbally.
He is also prevented from being verbally abusive, swearing or using foul or offensive language and throwing missiles of any nature, including stones and eggs, at any other person or their property.
The ASBO runs for two years and covers the Nuneaton and Bedworth areas. Warwickshire Police Force community beat officer Sharon Hilton said: "This is the second ASBO to be imposed on a juvenile in Bulkington and has been brought as a result of co-operation between the local residents, the local authority and other agencies working together with the police.
"This is the latest in a series of measures by the Bedworth Community Beat Team to stamp out anti-social behaviour, not just in Bulkington but across the whole of Bedworth.
"I would particularly like to thank the local residents who were brave enough to come forward as their actions in helping to bring this ASBO took a great deal of courage.
"Their actions have helped to improve the quality of life for the whole community."