So I happened to be sitting at my dinner table eating and looking out my window to the street this afternoon, and saw a group of 4 teenagers. One of them was riding a bike and drinking a can of pop, and proceeded to finish the can and throw it into a bush in my front yard. After I saw this, I couldn't stand by and let it occur, so I immediately ran outside and said in my loudest most aggresive voice, "HEY, DID YOU JUST THROW A CAN IN MY YARD?!?!?" The three teens on foot quickly pointed to their friend on the bike and then left him behind and kept walking (I think I scared them quite a bit). The kid got off his bike and did look for it, along with myself, but we couldn't find it, so I said, "Well don't worry about it man, but don't litter here again because I come out here and pick up garbage all the time!" He pretty much got out of there as fast as he could as soon as I told him it was no big deal...but I think he was pretty frightened. He said, "Wait up guys!" at one point but they kept walking, lol. Anyways I kind of surprised myself a little, because I think to myself as I'm cleaning my yard up, "I only wish I could see it happen" and finally I did. I guess I just didn't know what would happen in this situation, but now I know! What would you do if this happened? Have you ever seen someone litter and said something, even if it wasn't your home? Did I scare them too much? I mean I didn't touch any of them and didn't swear so I'm pretty sure I wasn't the wrong one here...what do you think?