[ UK /jˈɒbə‍ʊ/ ]
[ US /ˈjɑˌboʊ/ ]
  1. a cruel and brutal fellow
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  • Likewise if we do give a yobbo a thick ear for (say) dropping litter, swearing at an old lady, kicking a cat or any of the other minor but spiteful misdeeds with which they fill their unrewarding little lives, they are the first to call the police and (as Gadget has observed before) demand that the police “do [us] for assult or somefink”. My Kingdom For A 4X4 With Suitable Tyres! « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG
  • We should all weep for the poor inhabitants who have been tormented for years by yobbos. The Sun
  • The whole slanderous rhetoric about Obama's 'relationship' with Ayers is just dangerous and irresponsible fuelling for some redneck gunhappy yobbo who loves his country and wants to be famous, to assassinate Obama. Christians and Obama
  • When I arrived at Cronulla at about midday the crowd was fairly calm, rowdy and yobbo-ish, though not violent. The Cronulla Mob
  • As a Kiwi who has also lived for many years in the UK, I think quite a few of the above slang terms are shared by all 3 countries. eg I thought "yobbo" & "thongs" originated in Britain. AfterEllen.com - Because visibility matters
  • And now, because they are behaving like the yobbos they really are, we'll punish them by no longer treating with them.
  • These yobbos and drunks are scaring people.
  • I can't understand people with young children allowing these yobbos to get in there.
  • This town is not ruled by a few yobbos.
  • There are no people more tolerant and anti - racist than us, but that does not mean we do not produce the odd yobbo. On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...
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