In this story from Naples, the police shut down a 6 year-old girl's lemonade stand. The law is the law, I suppose, and once she had been reported by a neighbor the police really had to perform their duty. I'm sure the officers felt bad about it (and one of them actually bought lemonade).
The story has a happy ending, because the city issued the girl a free permit to run her stand. That is excellent, and kudos to them.
But what gets me is that someone reported them in the first place. Now, I can understand how disruptive children can be. I live with a couple of them myself. But if they were in their own driveway, what's the harm? Apart from that, what you teach these kids is what's going to come back out of them later in life. How about a little compassion? (link: Naples Daily News)