Story here. What were these ********* thinking of? I wonder just how wise it is to p1ss off the Gurkhas? A restaurant run by three former Gurkha soldiers in Witney has been been targeted repeatedly by a gang of teenagers. Staff working for Gurkha Delight said up to 20 youths gathered outside on several occasions, hurled abuse and spat at the windows. The restaurant, which opened in December on Thorney Leys, said attacks had escalated since the New Year. Thames Valley Police said several arrests had been made. High-visibility patrols Manager Prawesh K C, said it was not the only place being targeted. He said: "Most of the people in the area have suffered similar problems in the Thorney Leys area. "I just wish it would go away. You show up to work to have a nice evening, and it puts everything out of order." The restaurant has reported the anti-social behaviour to the police. Chief Inspector Jack Malhi, police commander for West Oxfordshire, said it had received calls from several shopkeepers at the end of January and launched high-visibility patrols on the estate. He said: "We have also been identifying some of the youths who may be involved in this anti-social behaviour and sending letters to their parents, in a bid to engage with them and get them involved. Police have made five arrests in connection with the incidents.