Warning as school kids plan fight with water pistols filled with ACID and bleach in town centre

SCHOOL children planned to fight with water pistols filled with ACID and bleach in a busy town centre.

Cops in Birmingham were forced to introduce a Dispersal Order in Northfield after they discovered kids had the dangerous idea.

The force tweeted: "There is currently a dispersal order in Northfield town centre due to reports that school-aged children were due to have a water fight whereby their water guns were filled up with acid and bleach."

A Dispersal Order means that the Police can ask a group of two or more people to leave the dispersal area if they are doing anything wrong, or if they believe that they may or are likely to cause a nuisance to someone else.

The Police may ask you to leave the area and not return to it.

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Dispersal orders were introduced as part of the Anti-Social Behaviour Act 2003.

Failing to comply with an order is a criminal offence and police can return anyone under the age of 16 to their home address. 

They can issue the notices for a period of up to 48 hours and anyone found breaching a notice is liable to be arrested and face further action.

The UK has one of the highest rates of acid attacks per capita in the world, according to Acid Survivors Trust International (ASTI).

It claims the country does not have "tight controls on acid sales" or "legislation specific to acid attacks".

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