A DMK Production
Your twelve year old son, Kyle, is still subject to spanking if needed. This past summer, when Kyle was still eleven, his Frisbee ended up on your roof. Kyle grabbed the ladder and climbed on the roof and retrieved his Frisbee. You caught him in the act, spanked him and told him the roof was off limits.
Kyle is now twelve. Christmas is approaching and it is time to decorate. You hate stringing lights on the roof and front of the house. You only do it because it makes your family happy. OK, let's tell the truth: you only do it so as to out shine your neighbors. You have been very vocal this year about not wanting to put the lights on the roof and house front but have resigned yourself to do it this coming weekend.
Today Kyle is out of school for a teacher's conference and your spouse is out of town on business. You allow Kyle to stay home while you go to work. He is typically very trustworthy.
You get home and Kyle is beaming with pride and you notice your roof and the front of your house is full of Christmas lights. They look great and all work well. The job is done as well as you would have done with the exception of a small sag over the front porch.
Kyle tells you he put the lights up for you this year so you wouldn't have to do it. He says he has worked all day on it. Obviously Kyle had to get on the roof to do what he did.
Is Kyle in trouble?