Scarborough Warning

Can anyone shed any light on the "Scarborough Warning", my mum and dad used it in such statements as "I'm giving you the Scarborough Warning" when they wanted you to tidy your bedroom or prepare you to be up early etc.
22:27 Wed 26th Sep 2007
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It means no warning at all! Click here</A for more information.
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Many thanks.

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I know it means 'It's your last warning!' but why Scarborough?
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