Teenager warns others not to cause anti-social nuisance on mopeds

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A TEENAGER who was caught out for anti-social driving has warned other young people not to make the same mistake.

It comes as police in Havant are continuing to investigate incidents of mopeds, motorbikes, mini motos and GoPeds causing a nuisance.

Hampshire police have received six reports in the past month.

A 14-year-old boy who was identified after an incident in Calshot Road, Warren Park, was given a warning for anti-social behaviour.

He said: ‘I was punished with a section 59 warning, but it could have been a lot worse as I could have been banned for three years and received a fine of £1,100 before I even got my licence.

‘This is not something I will be doing again.’

Officers are doing high-visibility patrols in problem areas.