Burnley teenage litter pair told to 'clear up'

Teenagers clear up their litter
Image caption The boys took 'a substantial amount of time' to put the litter back in bags

Two teenagers who emptied binbags of rubbish in a Lancashire town centre were escorted back to their litter and ordered to clean it up, police said.

The 16-year-old boys were spotted throwing shredded waste on Parker lane, Burnley, by a CCTV operator.

A police community support officer (PCSO) handed them binbags and ordered them to clear up the mess.

PCSO Dave Johnson said it would help them understand the "consequences of their behaviour".

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