Two drunks in a pub garden
Late night shouting, swearing, non-stop smoking and general drunkenness will be the order of the day outside the new home for Petersfield's teenage club, the King's Barn.
The youngsters will almost certainly behave themselves impeccably - but the siting of the after-school club in a former cheapo clothes shop in Chapel Street means they will get front-row seats for viewing the alcohol-fuelled antics outside the area's least classy pub, The Old Dumb.
Without traffic wardens this drunk can stay here for hours
The move was defended by youth worker Dudley Dogooder who said: 'Seeing some of the lowlife stagger out of The Old Dumb will be enough to make many of the teenagers teetotal - the abuse that will rain down on them as they make their way home will certainly be a lesson in life.
'No-one likes walking past this sorry excuse for a pub, and the sooner they get used to avoiding it by sneaking out the back or taking a circuitous route home the better. Everyone else has to!'