'Gobby' teen shouted and swore at holiday park staff and visitors
A TEENAGER could face being locked up if he enters an East Riding holiday park.
Ryan Bunker, 17, has been banned from entering the site of Patrington Haven Leisure Park as part of an antisocial behaviour order (Asbo).
Police said he has repeatedly abused staff and visitors to the site and staff and customers at the Pavilion Leisure Centre in Withernsea.
If he breaches the order, he could be given a custodial sentence.
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PC Will Stephenson said: "He has a short fuse and will run his mouth off at the slightest thing.
"That has been the main issue at both the leisure centre and the holiday park.
"Hopefully, this Asbo will ensure society doesn't have to suffer any more of his outbursts and bad behaviour."
PC Stephenson said Bunker, of Patrington, had been given a Fairway letter to improve his behaviour and also signed an acceptable behaviour contract.
The two-year order was granted at Beverley Magistrates' Court following an application by Humberside Police.
"He breached the contract several times, so he left us with no option but to go for an Asbo," said PC Stephenson.
"We have had frequent calls from staff at the leisure centre and the holiday park saying he is on the site, shouting abuse and swearing.
"His outbursts at the leisure centre have been in front of families with young children and visitors to the area, which might even put them off returning to Withernsea.
"The people who go there to enjoy themselves and use the swimming pool shouldn't have to put up with a gobby 17-year-old shouting and swearing at staff in front of them.
"Many of the people who have witnessed his behaviour were appalled by it.
"Hopefully this Asbo will help him see the error of his ways and he will learn to modify his behaviour so he doesn't get himself into any more trouble."
He said Bunker has previously been banned from the holiday park and the leisure centre, but has repeatedly returned to both.
When asked to leave, he becomes abusive towards staff.
PCSO Craig Forth, of Withernsea neighbourhood policing team, said: "Ryan Bunker has been dealt with increasingly over the past year for being verbally abusive and making obscene gestures to police, teachers, young children and staff at the caravan site.
"He has also been removed from the Pavilion Leisure Centre in Withernsea on several occasions as has used threatening and abusive behaviour to staff in the past.
"The Asbo will work to help reduce Ryan's behaviour and encourage him to work for a brighter future.
"Ryan's behaviour is of concern and we would appreciate the public calling us to report any behaviour that Ryan is getting himself involved in.
"Ryan is banned from the Pavilion leisure centre and Patrington Haven Caravan Site, so if he should be seen to enter either of these sites, the police should be contacted immediately."
Anyone who sees Bunker breaching any of the conditions of his order should call Humberside Police on 101.