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A person who is silly, outspoken and not following the code of conduct and from a high class city.

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  • Silly in what way? What is "the code of conduct"? What do you mean by "high class city"? – ruakh Feb 7 '18 at 5:34
  • For example: Silly- judging without thinking, speaking without sense. No Code of conduct : Speaking without giving much respect or without knowing the gravity of the situation. High class: Rich but not royal or from a family, who concentrates on making money without looking after their children much. – Vijo Varghese Feb 7 '18 at 6:12
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I personally like the world recalcitrant as it sounds fancy and is often associated with money. Some examples are the following articles: http://www.mondaq.com/unitedstates/x/667738/tax+authorities/A+Day+of+Reckoning+for+Recalcitrant+Taxpayers
http://www.todayonline.com/singapore/recalcitrant-cigarette-smuggler-gets-40-months-jail-s87m-fine
https://citifmonline.com/2018/02/05/govt-moves-stop-valued-gold-exports/
There are more articles out there, but what I'm basically saying is this word is defined as "resisting authority or control; not obedient or compliant; refractory." by dictionary.com, but it is commonly associated with money and could be used to describe such a person you are talking about. Here is an example sentence:

Every time we walk in the clothing store, we see these recalcitrant, rich teenagers messing around with the placement of the items in the store.

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The below are certainly words that embody most of the characteristics you have asked about in your updated question.

In the situation you described, I would say "spoiled, socially inept or repugnant, and/or cretinous rich kids." The below are other 'favorites' of mine.

  1. spoiled
  2. socially inept or repugnant
  3. cretinous
  4. uncontrolled
  5. unruly
  6. defiant
  7. disorderly
  8. insubordinate
  9. mischievous
  10. unrestrained

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