You live in the small Scottish town of Lochgelly. You are a proud Scot who always wears the traditional dress of a kilt and you are glad that your nearly 16 year old so Sandy had chosen to follow you in that. Perhaps because of this though Sandy has not had many friends, after all this is not the Highlands where kilt wearing is much more normal.
A few months ago though Sandy became friends with a boy of similar age, Murdo, who had moved to a house a couple of doors away. Murdo is a keen skateboarder and to your surprise Sandy has also become a fan. However, Sandy insists on skateboarding wearing his kilt:
Now we all know that a true Scot does not wear anything underneath his kilt and both you and Sandy are true Scots. You have had a couple of complaints that while performing tricks on his board Sandy is showing off other things as well. On the last occasion you told him that it was fine for him to just skate in his kilt, but no more tricks or his backside and your tawse (with which he is familiar) would be meeting each other.
This evening elderly Mrs McGregor who lives opposite came over to inform you that while she was walking through the park this afternoon Sandy was performing on the skateboard ramp. She was impressed with his skill but very unimpressed by what else was on display.
Has Sandy performed one trick too many?