NEW YORK (NBC) - Two young New York City entrepreneurs are back in business after a visit from the boys in blue. A Battery Park Patrol officer shut down Wallic and Arthur Perry's lemonade stand Monday because the 9 and 10 year old siblings didn't have a vending permit.
After the visit from police the children applied for a permit, but were turned down.
Their disappointment didn't last long, however.
When pressed about the issue, the Battery Park Authority admitted that their patrol officer had "overreacted" and granted the Perry children permission to reopen their stand.