Noisy teenage boys who are running wild are an example of people who would be described as obstreperous.
Origin of obstreperousClassical Latin obstreperus from obstrepere, to roar at from ob- (see ob-) + strepere, to roar from Indo-European base an unverified form (s)trep-, to make a loud noise from source Old English thræft, strife
Origin of obstreperousFrom Latin obstreperus noisy from obstrepere to make a noise against ob- against ; see ob- . strepere to make a noise ( of imitative origin )
(comparative more obstreperous, superlative most obstreperous)