Police have been back at a McDonald's hit by anti-social behaviour tonight (February 15).
Officers attended the fast food restaurant at the Leisure Park in Ely after being called to reports of youths causing a nuisance.
The same McDonald's was closed earlier this month (February 4) when disorder broke out – along with a food fight.
Staff were then forced to close the restaurant and a "specific group of individuals" were banned.
A spokesman for Cambridgeshire police said: "Police were called to reports of youths causing a nuisance at the McDonald's in Ely tonight.
"Police were called along to help."
No further action was taken.
It is the second time police have been called to the restaurant – which has only been open since May – this month.
On February 4, police were called and several youths banned after they began behaving "unacceptably", hurling foul and abusive language and food across the restaurant.
The restaurant boasts indoor and outdoor seating, touch-screen ordering kiosks and has welcomed a workforce of 130.
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