I will divulge one anecdote:
In highschool, I was a member of the marching band (which where I live, are well respected and extremely athletic, competing in many different sports), and my section leader completely embarrassed me in front of a person I liked, pissing me off completely (we are actually still really good friends then and now). I held back from punching him in the face (though I played the outcome in my head several times), and waited. When we went out to the field, we lined up on the track like we did everyday, but I had offered to take his instrument out to the track for him. After I arrived to the track, I immediately disassembled his instrument and placed the pieces in the field in between the track. When we formed up, the director noticed that my section leader's instrument was missing and he didn't know where it was, so the director made him run a few miles and do some push ups (he was a long-distance runner in track, and I pointed that fact out to my director, so he thought my section leader needed some upper body work out as well) around the track and then reassemble his instrument. He wasn't even mad, he just accepted it and realized that it was fair.