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Moment 300 children storm shopping centre, causing mayhem by charging through mall, screaming and clashing with security – as police issue dispersal order following ‘antisocial’ chaos

This is the moment hundreds of screaming children stormed a shopping centre and clashed with security.

Thames Valley Police in Milton Keynes issued a dispersal order following the ‘antisocial’ chaos before the Easter bank holiday.

Around 300 children, some of them in school uniform, were seen charging through a shopping centre before confronting security.

Footage of the mayhem showed a security guard ‘bodyslam’ a child to the floor before a crowd of youths encircled him.

Security guard and police had a stand-off with the youngsters before the crowd started pushing and shoving.

This is the moment hundreds of screaming children stormed a shopping centre and clashed with security

Footage of the mayhem showed a security guard 'bodyslam' a child to the floor before a crowd of youths encircled him

Footage of the mayhem showed a security guard ‘bodyslam’ a child to the floor before a crowd of youths encircled him

A crowd of youths surrounded security guards after one of the children was 'bodyslammed'

A crowd of youths surrounded security guards after one of the children was ‘bodyslammed’

Security guard and police had a stand-off with the youngsters before the crowd started pushing and shoving

Security guard and police had a stand-off with the youngsters before the crowd started pushing and shoving

One of the yobs was later seen slouched on the floor surrounded by the shopping mall’s security staff.

Thames Valley Police said: ‘A dispersal order is in place in central Milton Keynes following an incident of antisocial behaviour involving around 300 children. 

‘The order is in place until midnight.’

The force added: ‘Our officers continue to be out and about following the disorder earlier today. 

‘They will continue to be in the area this evening and we will be conducting high visibility patrols.’

It’s not the first time schoolchildren have turned into violent mobs during the holidays.

In November, half term horror saw a gang of marauding kids running riot on shops on the Isle of Wight.

Thames Valley Police said: 'A dispersal order is in place in central Milton Keynes following an incident of antisocial behaviour involving around 300 children'

Thames Valley Police said: ‘A dispersal order is in place in central Milton Keynes following an incident of antisocial behaviour involving around 300 children’

The force added: 'Our officers continue to be out and about following the disorder earlier today'

The force added: ‘Our officers continue to be out and about following the disorder earlier today’

A group of up to 30 children terrorised second home owners by letting off fireworks in town centres, smashing children’s Halloween pumpkins and ransacking shops.

Members of the public in Newport town centre were subjected to verbal and physical abuse, with some even having food chucked at them, according to police who warned the ‘juvenile nuisances’.

The Isle of Wight Police said the chaos, which has seen school kids climb on roofs, force their way into properties and throw around stock from shops, was not just a ‘holiday issue but sadly an ongoing daily occurrence’ that officers are ‘dealing with’.

The summer holidays have also seen children turn into raging yobs.

Rioting teens stormed an Aldi supermarket and wreaked havoc by throwing food and drinks on the floor and stealing other items in July 2019.

The crowd of youths rampaged through the store, in Edgbaston, Birmingham, on Tuesday, damaging stock, fixtures and assaulting two members of staff. 

CCTV footage showed the enormous group of teenagers rushing into the shop, before many leave with stolen items and others throw drinks and what appears to be a pot plant on the floor, sending soil scattering

Staff suffered minor injuries and the store was open for trading as normal on Wednesday and police are probing the incident

CCTV footage showed the enormous group of teenagers rushing into the shop, before many leave with stolen items and others throw drinks and what appears to be a pot plant on the floor, sending soil scattering

CCTV footage showed the enormous group of teenagers rushing into the shop, before many leave with stolen items and others throw drinks and what appears to be a pot plant on the floor, sending soil scattering. 

In a scene which was described by one viewer as being like something from a ‘zombie horde’ film, one girl can be seen amidst the carnage purposefully throwing a large yellow bottle at the window of the store.

Another male youth repeatedly kicks the side of the store before someone is seen gesturing with their arm through the window.     

The marauding teens quickly dispense, leaving smashed bottles and produce strewn across the entrance. 

Staff suffered minor injuries and the store was open for trading as normal on Wednesday and police at the time said they were probing the incident.