An Ivor Production
You have been best friends with Jack since you met in College. He is your golf partner and you see him regularly as you both live in the same town. You work in the local bank but Jack set up his own business in town and has a shop that sells newspapers, magazines, sweets and cigarettes. There is also a large section for comics and thus the store is well patronised by the local youngsters as well as adults.
Your son Casey is 14 going on 15 and he is friends with Jack's own two sons who are of a similar age. As a result of his business doing so well Jack has a pool at his house and Casey is often over there in the summer. Jack's boys tend to be over at your place in the winter as you have a soundproofed room that they all use for music making.
Casey is still spanked, or rather paddled, when necessary as are Jack's boys. Several years ago you both agreed that each of you had spanking rights over the others sons for offences committed at their house. Those rights have been used many times as the boys have grown up.
This evening you receive a call from Jack who asks if he can come over and see you. That's a bit unusual but you don't think much about it, After settling down with a drink and gone through the small talk Jack says that he has a picture to show you. He says he was looking through the security camera footage the other evening as was suspicious that someone was stealing magazines. You are now worried that Casey is the guilty party, but Jack assures you he isn't as he found someone else taking them, but he did find something which he has printed off and hands you:
What are you going to do?
Should you ask Jack what he'd do if Casey had been his son?
Should you let Jack deal with the matter as it happened at his shop?