Samuel Meadows has been evicted from his home in Fountain Square, Westgate, after only 11 months because of his persistent antisocial behaviour.
Meadows, 19, had been shooting an air gun from the fifth floor balcony of his property into the estate grounds.
Despite receiving various warnings and having two guns seized by police, Meadows failed to change his behaviour and continued to put his fellow residents at risk of harm.
Gloucester City Homes received a number of complaints about how Mr Meadows had cracked windows causing damage to council property.
After a number a dead seagulls were found near his property, robust action was taken against Meadows, resulting in a possession order granted by Gloucester County Court on 24th October 2013.
Sara Hendry, antisocial behaviour manager for Gloucester City Homes, said: “All new tenants sign an introductory tenancy as a one-year trial council tenancy. As long as tenants don't breach their tenancy agreement while they are an introductory tenant, they automatically become a secure tenant after the initial trial.
"Eviction is not something we take lightly and only take steps like this when tenants seriously breach their tenancy and/or continue to persistently do so. Mr Meadows ignored our requests to desist from breaching his tenancy and causing distress to residents living in the locality and he lost his home as a result.”