I first went to Harrow in the summer term. The school possessed the biggest swimming-bath I had ever seen. It was more like the bend of a river than a bath, and it had two bridges across it. We used to go there for hours at a time, and bask between our dips, eating enormous buns, on the hot asphalt margin. Naturally it was a good joke to come up behind some friend, or even enemy, and push him in. I made quite a habit of this with boys of my own size or less. One day when I had been no more than a month in the school, I saw a boy standing in a meditative posture wrapped in a towel on the very brink. He was no bigger than I was, so I thought him fair game. Coming stealthily behind, I pushed him in, holding on to his towel out of humanity, so that it should not get wet.
The question is choosing the correct title for above paragraph. Of course there is a list to choose from. The key suggests "Giving Way to Temptation".
What does this title mean? Why does it best describe the content of the paragraph?
As I looked up in the dictionary, the title can be understood as "failing to resist a negative desire". However, I don't understand what temptation in the title refers to. In other words, I can't find the link between the title and the content.