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Your thirteen year old son, Skyler, is a scout. He says he enjoys it but often his actions relay a different message. Your primary method of correction with Skyler is still a spanking. Skyler's scout troop has a three day camp out planned. You allow Skyler to attend.
Skyler is, to put it in a word, a terror at the camp out. He refuses to wear any part of the uniform. He is disrespectful to the leadership and he wanders off from the camp site. On one of Skyler's wanderings he finds a grass snake.
The Assistant Scout Master is terrified of snakes, any snake. Skyler knows this so puts the creature in the assistant's bag. Needless to say the assistant got quite a shock. Skyler burst out laughing and admitted to the prank and said, "Chill out, Dude! It's just a little snake."
The Scout Master has had enough and has called you and explained everything to you and has asked you to come collect your son. (There is cell service in the area.) The camp site is only about a half hour's drive from your home. You arrive and take Skyler home.
What happens when you get Skyler home?