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A Wiltshire Dad has named and shamed his kids on a Web site because he's concerned they're rampaging out of control.

According to reports Dave Forward did it as a last resort after his kids ran amok in Malmesbury.

The headline-grabbing story focuses on his concerns about drug-taking, joyriding, swearing and a host of other antisocial teenage activities.

He writes: "Children need to be force fed standards, they need to be made to do right. British society is going to the dogs, all around us are foul mouthed obnoxious children like my son. They are not the majority but a small minority who are destroying all that is good for others.

"We are being kicked in the teeth by these vile people and it is about time we stood up to them.

"My son won't know what's hit him as I am now on his case and those residents of Malmesbury who are selling drugs must be stamped out with no mercy along with some visible hatred to all others offending and indirectly stealing societies resources," he said.

Mr Forward has published a number of essays on his concerns about the lack of facilities for young people in the Wiltshire town. He has also expressed views about education and other matters.

These all appear on a site called Malmesbury-jackdaw.com, which is registered to...Mr Forward.

Attempts to contact Mr Forward have so far drawn a blank. ®

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