Text messages are being sent to people enjoying a night out in Bath warning them to keep the noise down and behave or to risk an £80 fine.
The council said it is a better way to communicate with people aged between 18 and 30 as posters had little impact.
A bluetooth transmitter sends text messages to 21 mobile phones every 40 seconds within a 100-yard (91m) radius.
When you first read this article you assume that they're going to text persistent offenders before they go out on a night out (which would be bad enough). But no, these aren't targeted, they're sent to every fucking person that walks past. A businessman in his 40s who has stayed late at the office and is walking home could recieve a text telling him to "behave".
Anti-social behaviour co-ordinator Tim Harris, of Bath and North East Somerset Council, said: "It's not just about telling people 'you can't do this and you can't do that'.
Of course it fucking is, Tim. How fucking dare you try and claim otherwise? That's exactly what it is! And it's not even like your being selective about who you send it to.
"It's very much about giving out information for their own personal safety.
Oh, right. Well that's fine then. You cock.
But in thisisbath's article he gets even more arrogant:
He said: "Young people don't go about reading lengthy posters and some of them don't even read newspapers.
"They contact each other using mobile phones, so this way we can make sure they are digesting this information."
Sounds like just what you'd expect from an "Anti Social Behaviour Co-Ordinator. Go fuck yourself, you arrogant cuntwaft.