Your son Andrew, aged 13, is a kindly boy but a bit of a daredevil. He does a paper round and his last call this Sunday was a kind old lady up the road known to more than one generation of kids as Old Aunt Jenny. Today you had a call from her praising Andrew for helping her by clearing up a load of rubbish that just got dumped in her backyard last night. When you asked whether she needed any help she said, "Oh no," and he'd just about finished apart from this weird piece of concrete but her neighbour was going to deal with that and she was fixing him some home made lemonade.
She rang to warn you he'd be a little late back. She did say though that she was very worried about the boy on that board of his. He might hurt himself if he comes off it.
After you got off the phone you realize Andrew's skateboard is out but that Andrew's helmet isn't. You warned him he'd be spanked the last time he did this.
Does Andy's good deed get him out of trouble?