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A teenage girl has been told she faces a prison sentence after admitting smashing a computer monitor and a window in an attack on the Royal Bank of Scotland's City branch during the G20 protests in London.
The 17-year-old, from Scotland, pleaded guilty at West London youth court to criminal damage and burglary.
The teenager, who travelled to London specifically for the demonstration, had drunk up to four cans of strong lager before donning a mask and joining other protesters, the court heard.