That's right there was no attempt of a crime. Successful prosecutions require the proof of intent and in this case there was not even a shred of evidence to support intent.(sorry haters - who have no life)<quoted text>
There was no attempt of a crime against a child, the man was only trying to be a good person and offered the child some assistance.
Furthermore in speaking with some of the local prosecutors, it was said that this is a very obscure law that very few people realize even exists. Though ignorance of such an unknown law isn't necessarily any sort of excuse, it does make it clear that this man had no idea he was doing the slightest thing wrong and in all likelihood had nothing but good intentions.(this point will be very hard for the subsequent posters to believe let alone understand - because they are shallow, lonely and bitter people....I.e. haters)