Instead of shaming them, this woman stepped up and helped 2 boys about to break the law.
Rlaugh: VALUES I LEARNED FROM MY FATHER: Lying is always wrong. Cheating is always wrong. Stealing is always wrong. Facts are facts. There are not different facts because they align with my beliefs. Treat everyone with respect. At least until they prove they don't deserve it. Treat people who look like I do nicely. It will be good for both of you. Treat people who don't look like I do nicely. It will be good for the world. If I hire someone, pay them what I agreed to pay them. Take care of myself and my family. But not by damaging others. It's honorable to share. Not weak. Integrity will make you rich. Riches will not buy you integrity. Your spouse is your partner for life. Treat him/her like it. Do what you promised to do. (See next line.) If you discover what you said or did was wrong, fix it if you can. Don't keep trying to find an excuse even after you know in your heart it was mistake. A win/lose is OK for short term success. A win/win is critical for long term success. Don't try to make people angry. Even if it's to your benefit. It may damage the world. I know I've been very harsh with Donald Trump over the years. I've decided that the above may be the reasons why. I learned one set of values and knowledge from my father. He learned a different set from his. I say, I am the richer person.