A Squarecutter Production
As you see, you and your spouse took the boys for a camping and beach holiday.
The boys are mad keen surfers though Porter is a little inexperienced. The boys posed for the first day on the beach but a day or two later on things got a little stormy. Your spouse wanted to visit a nearby town one morning but the boys begged to be left to play and swim. You said that if they all stayed together and Patrick never let Porter, particularly, out of his sight that would be OK. Patrick had been showing more responsibility lately. The boys know the hairbrush for really bad offences by the older two and the paddle which even Porter has felt a few times as an upgrade from your hand have also made the trip but that you are sure that if the boys behave and abide by the safety rules that spanking wont be necessary on holiday.
It is unfortunately a very windy day and the lifeguards have red flags out all along the beach to stop people going in the sea. You receive a call from lifeguards telling you that all your boys flouted the no swimming and surfing rules in force today and they actually had to rescue Porter. He had swallowed some seawater and thrown up but was fine now.
When you reached the beach hut Porter said he'd be called a wuss if he didn't go in and that not doing would spoil the others fun. "Anyway, Dad, you said I had to stay close to Patrick...," Philip said. It was getting boring on the sand so they decided to surf anyway. Patrick just said, "I guess you'll never trust me again will you, Dad?"
Are they all in trouble and how much?