Answer: A priori, none. Sometimes, law can be differently understood. And sometimes, law, as rule, is more flexible than our constant attempt of breaking it, which is quite stubborn and mostly blind. Which is to say, that law has a context.
The only time in my life I found a justification for breaking law, was when I had no other way to point out while committing a miserable fault of attention, if ‘you don’t have any worse crime to care about? ».
I’d though agree on the point that the provocative almost insulting spirit conveyed, was worth a punishment much worse then the one actually provided for my ‘crime’, so that I escaped.