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Antisocial behaviour is behaviour that is causing, or is likely to cause, alarm or distress to someone. Antisocial behaviour includes verbal abuse, such as shouting and swearing, graffiti and vandalism, rowdiness, drinking in the street or litter problems. Whatever the problem is, it has to have happened more than once to at least one person. If it's an isolated incident, it won't count as antisocial behaviour. You can find out more about antisocial behaviour here.