The Festermans are a family of pranksters. Among their favorite gags involves "Liquid A--" a foul smelling spray that Jason and Rekiba Festerman and their 12-year-old son, who is also named Jason, like to spray in public settings, such as K-Mart or the Dollar Store.

While the Festerman's claim that most folks find the bottle of BO funny, nobody was laughing when Jason Jr. used it in the cafeteria and classrooms of Marine City Middle School in Michigan. For his prank, Jason was suspended from school for a day.

Mom and dad say they have no problem with the punishment. But it's when Jason Sr. went into the school to discuss the discipline that things got weird.

According to Jason he was just testing to see if there was anything left in the confiscated Bottle of A-- when the canister discharged. According to school officials, Jason was being "spiteful" when he "attacked teachers and school administrators"  with the putrid smelling spray.

While Jason Jr. had been slapped with a mere suspension for smelling up the school, dad was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct.

"It was just a harmless prank.  Now I'm looking at 90 days in jail and up to $500 in fines," Festerman complained.

Should Festerman go to jail for his crime against air quality?