You have two sons, Tony is fourteen and Bam is nine. You are going on a family vacation. The boys do some research on your destination city on the internet. Tony and Bam read about a skate park there where tagging (a form of graffiti) is allowed and even encouraged. The site and the source are not that credible but Tony and Bam believe it because it is on the internet. The boys discover the skate park is in walking distance from the hotel and are excited to try their hand at tagging. They each secretly pack a couple of cans of spray paint in their bags. (You are driving and not flying and so the paint will not be discovered.)
When you arrive, you and your spouse settle down in the hotel room for a quick nap. While you all are resting, Tony and Bam leave the hotel room with their paint and go to the skate park. The boys are painting on a rock wall at the park and enjoying themselves when they are apprehended by the local police. (For the record, there were other tags and graffiti on the wall.) The boys protest saying that they thought it was legal to tag the wall.
The officer returns your sons to your hotel room and says since you all are from out of town no charges will be filed.
What lies in store for your two artists?