Here's a fun one from a friend of mine in Fairfax County, Virginia. He happens to notice a van parked in front of his neighbor's house (the neighbors are both local police officers, as it turns out) about 1 in the morning yesterday as he's letting the cat in. The van is bouncing like an earthquake has hit. The neighbors happen to notice it, too, since they're both preparing for an early morning shift (they've already put on their uniforms and are having a cup of coffee before heading to work). They all go to the van and one of them knocks on the side. A young voice inside tells them to go away. Needless to say, upon being notified that the police want the occupants outside, pronto, a young man in his underwear and a young lady in her bra & panties emerge. Hoping for a break, the young man identifies himself as the captain of the local high school football team and points out the lady is no less than the captain of the cheerleading squad. The officers and my friend agree that there is no need for these frisky kids to go to the juvenile pokey. So they happily call the young man's father (who just happens to be the principal of the school) and the young lady's proud papa (who surprisingly is married to the local high school's ladies gym teacher). It now appears that the young man (who, by the way, carelessly left a condom wrapper in the front seat of the van-nice that the youth were awake for that part of health class!) will no longer be playing football this year or driving his prized van. It has been arranged for the young lady to spend her final year of high school at a local Catholic school (where, by pure coincidence, her aunt works as vice-principal). Sometimes you just have to admire the way law enforcement and educational institutions work together!