On the Free Beer and Hot Wings Show, the guys chimed in on a story from Canon City, CO, where a six-year-old boy was suspended for kissing a girl on the hand.

Hunter Yelton is a first-grader with a crush who was suspended from school after kissing a girl on the hand who also likes him.

Now Hunter's permanent record has the words "sexual harassment" penned in. His mother, Jennifer Saunders, is upset over how the school system is handling this.

How can you do this? How can you say this about my child? Remove sexual harassment, remove it from his record. I'm going to stand up and fight


Now she has to find away to explain to Hunter what sex is and why he is in trouble.

Hunter has been in trouble in the past, mostly for rough-housing, but once for kissing the same girl on the cheek. This might be why he is in so much trouble now.

Raising a child may be one of the hardest things to be perfect at. Clearly, Hunter's action were not that of ill will. This might be a punishment more geared to the parents of Hunter for his excessive disruptions in class or just a poorly mismanaged school district, but ultimately, it's Hunter and the other students who are paying for it.

Good news for Hunter, who has no idea what sex or sexual harassment is: he most likely enjoyed his little holiday from school.