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Christian - 16
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Your son Christian has just turned sixteen and obtained his unrestricted drivers license. You started teaching him to drive when he earned his learners permit at 14 and is a great driver. Once Christian turned 15, he got his restricted license and has been driving to and from school on his own since in a nice F-150 you bought for him.
Tonight Christian has gone out with a few of his friends, and with your permission he is the one driving, you even let him take your Charger so there would be enough room for all the guys. Later in the night you receive a call from Dan, a Sheriff Deputy and a good buddy of yours. He called to let you know that he pulled Christian over because he tried to race his unmarked police Charger at a stop light. Since the car came back in your name Dan didn't write Christian a ticket or even a written warning, he just told him to slow down and enjoy his night.
When you let Christian take your car you told him not to be “fooling around” with it and to have fun. Is Christian in trouble when he gets home? Does it make a difference if he comes clean first?
Just for clarification it has been awhile since Christian has seen your buddy, and he doesn't know that he's a cop meaning he probably doesn't know about the call to you. When Christian is in trouble spanking is still the main tool used, he manages to make everybody really irritated when he's grounded.