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TWO brothers aged five and nine have been threatened with an ASBO for playing kerbie.
Patrick and Lewis Cairney, right, were kicking a ball outside their home when a neighbour called the police.
And cops told mum Lara that the youngsters could now be hit with antisocial behaviour orders.
Last night, furious Lara, 35, told the Record: "I'm truly astonished - I can't believe this has happened. I've always taught my sons to respect the police and to go to them if they are in trouble.
"Now I have a five-year-old who is terrified to go over the door because he thinks the police are coming to take him away."
Originally posted by andy1033
All kids have played kerbie or something like it, with a football outside there house.
Neighbours recently got a letter from Superintendent Robert Hamilton warning: "Incidents of street football in themselves do not constitute an offence.
"But where this activity is causing damage to property, vehicles and gardens and, for example, repeated banging of a ball against a wall to the annoyance of residents, then a breach of the peace may be committed."