A DMK Production
Your thirteen year-old son, Dawson, was having problems with his curfew. After the third straight day of him being over a half hour late with no call or explanation you took action. You told Dawson he was grounded through the weekend. (A total sentence of four days since the punishment was handed down on Wednesday night.) Dawson begged you to spank him instead but you felt that being grounded might send a stronger message so you held firm and told Dawson he was grounded and that you were not going to spank him.
You typically work from home and your SO works in an office in town. However you have to be out on Thursday (today) to meet some clients. You would normally leave Dawson by himself but since he is grounded you ask your brother David if he can come by and supervise Dawson. Dawson and his uncle David get along well and David was happy to help you out.
While you are out on Thursday you happen to see this:
You are able to stop and park and so you go over to Dawson. You ask him why he is out skating when he is supposed to be grounded.
Dawson replies, "I asked Uncle David to give me a spanking instead of me being grounded. Uncle David agreed and so he gave me a spanking and said I didn't have to be grounded any longer." Dawson insists that Uncle David did a "good job" and promises he learned his lesson.
How do you respond?
(Yes, David does have and has utilized spanking permission for Dawson before.)