April 28 (UPI) -- A pair of young brothers found a quarter outside their neighbor's Utah home and their conversation about doing "the right thing" was recorded by security cameras.
Jennifer Arismendi's security camera was recording outside her Clearfield home when neighbors Eli Squire, 7, and little brother Bronx, 5, were walking toward her front door.
The camera caught the boys having a conversation about a quarter they discovered on the sidewalk outside of Arismendi's home.
"Do you want to do the right thing to do, or keep it?" Eli asks his brother.
"Do the right thing," Bronx responds, without hestiation.
Arismendi said the boys knocked on her door and delivered the quarter.
"As far as they knew, no one was watching," the boys' mother, Becky Squire, told KUTV. "It would have been so easy for them to just pocket the money."
The brothers said they had been taught by their parents to do the right thing and wanted to return the quarter, despite the fact that they could have used it -- their parents charge them 25 cents every time they are caught hitting each other.