It comes back to the question of mens rea and intent. Do people intend to achieve the results that are achieved? I do not want to go through a list of offences or examples of people who have been imprisoned. I cited that example from my constituency because it involved somebody who happened to be mentally ill at the time. He dropped a cigarette and did not do anything about it. He pleaded guilty, which perhaps was also a mistake, but that is life. He has now got a problem. There are situations in which someone might get a short prison sentence. We have to look at the wider issue of where we set the limits on the rules.