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Teenage girls often dislike some kinds of masks, notably clown faces and heads.
Because these court orders are made in civil proceedings, hearsay evidence can be used to protect victims who are too scared to come to court.
A person who makes indecent, grossly offensive, obscene or threatening calls to another, via the telephone system network, is guilty of an offence under section 127 of the Communications Act 2003.
It is also an offence under that section to persistently use a telephone network for the purpose of causing annoyance, inconvenience or needless anxiety, or to use it to send false messages for that purpose.
Anti-social behaviour orders and injunctions and Community Protection Notices are available to protect people from behaviour causing harassment, alarm or distress.
An order on conviction may be appropriate where someone has been convicted in court for an offence related to their intimidation or harassment of another person.
The incidents do not have to involve the same type of behaviour on both occasions.