I though it was a compulsory subject at Eton.
Personally I blame the family. His father has never worked, and his mother had mental health issues around her body image. A clearly dysfunctional family, how they kept the Social Services at bay is anyone's guess.
They lived with the grandparents, in a situation where granddad has previously and repeatedly expressed racist views, whilst expecting the state to look after him since he quit his last job in 1951.
Hardly surprising that he is deserving of an ASBO?