A Late Chat Production
Your eleven year-old son, Rudy, is in trouble. He is supposed to give you a general idea of where he will be. Earlier today he wandered off without letting anyone know where he was going. You found him way outside of his established boundaries. Rudy's punishment was supposed to be a spanking but he refused to take it or to cooperate. You did not force the issue and told Rudy he could be grounded for the next three days instead. You told Rudy that at any time he wanted to not be grounded that he could take the spanking (adjusted for any time served.) Rudy went on off to his room to begin serving his sentence (although he isn't required to stay in his room, he just can't leave the house.) You assumed Rudy simply wanted some time alone to sulk or cry or collect his thoughts.
About two hours later your next door neighbor called you and suggested you might want to give some immediate attention to the side of your house at your son's room. You go to check things out and you see:
How do you deal with this?