Last summer, two kids from Viera, Florida got in the habit of posting their juvenile pranks on YouTube; specifically, they filmed themselves pulling up to a fast-food drive-in window, ordering a megacup of soda, and then shouting "fire in the hole!" and dumping the soda on the cashier when she asked for payment. Now that they've been hauled in by John Law, a local judge ordered the pair to write, film, and post a personal apology on YouTube; the film includes shots of the two boys cuffed and face-down against a police cruiser. Now here's moral of the story: thanks to the magic of the Internets, everyone's a detective, boys. According to USA Today, victim Jessica Ceponis found their little film on YouTube, tracked down their MySpace pages, and called their parents. You can watch the perps' YouTube apology here.