Scarcely a day goes by when the media, and publicity seeking politicians, aren't "tut tutting" about yobbish drunken behaviour perpetrated by youths on the streets of Britain.
Whilst it may vent their spleens to "tut tut" about it, very little constructive solutions are produced as to how this behaviour is to be curtailed and controlled.
The refrain is usually:
1 Something must be done
2 Society is to blame
3 The parents are to blame, and
4 Let's ban something (eg drinking under 21, yet we are still happy for 18 year olds to die in Iraq)
The root cause of the problem is varied:
1 Lazy parenting
2 The granting of "human rights" to an ill disciplined, moronic mass of teenagers who have yet to develop intellectually or socially
3 Too much money being given to children by over indulgent parents
4 Lousy role models in the media
5 Invisible policing from the local police forces
The solution is difficult, but not impossible:
"I am a drunken yob"
Any shop or pub found serving people with said tattoo on their heads, would immediately lose their licence.
Like it or not, they should be made to take responsibility for their brats.
None of the above will be easy to implement. However, it will produce results.