An Anonymous Production
It is 1967 and you are the father of a family living in Hamilton, Ontario. You have four teenage daughters and one pre - teen son named Kevin. Your wife, as was normal in 1967, does not work, and you have a relatively good job which pays enough to live on comfortably, but not lavishly, even by the more moderate standards that prevailed in the sixties
The house you live in has three bedrooms and one bathroom... again, normal during this period. You are aware that there have been a steady, and increasing number, of conflicts lately over the use of the bathroom... your son has complained on several occasions that he is often kept waiting to use the toilet until he is absolutely desperate to relieve himself. Remonstrating with your daughters has had somewhat limited success... you yourself have been rendered very uncomfortable while waiting for one of them to vacate the facilities. Your wife and you have decided that you will have to add a second bathroom to alleviate the problem, and are negotiating with the bank to increase the mortgage to allow you the funds to do so; credit was not as easy to obtain in 1967 as it is today and your bank manager has been a little awkward over the matter.
Finally, the money has been approved... and work will begin shortly; you are about to inform the kids that a second bathroom is in the works... when a disaster happens. Your wife puts a load of washing in the machine, turns it on, and a flood of water pours from the plumbing under the laundry tub (the washing machine drains into the tub); it is some time before the problem is noticed, and quite a lot of damage it done before the water supply is turned off. The worst damage is to the furnace... water has been sucked into the combustion chamber, cracking and destroying the fire brick lining. It is not worth repairing and will have to be replaced at a substantial cost.
Investigation reveals that the galvanized drains to the laundry tub have corroded right through, and there has been considerable leakage in the area for some time... the plumber estimates that the repairs will be quite expensive as all the piping has to be replaced. He also says that, although galvanized plumbing is prone to corrosion and no longer used by 1967, the evidence is strong that the damage either has been caused or at least severely exacerbated because someone has been using the laundry tub as a urinal... the smell is very strong and has actually soaked into the cement floor surrounding the piping. You poke your head into the area indicated by the plumber, to take a tentative sniff and almost lose your lunch... it's as bad as the men's room in a cheap tavern.
When all is said and done, the cost of the necessary repairs eats up almost all the money earmarked for the second bathroom... you dread having to go back to your bank and ask for more money, even if they do loan it to you, you will have to absolutely grovel to the bank manager for it.
Kevin, your son, breaks down under questioning and admits he's been peeing into the tubs on a regular basis for a couple of years: he blushes deeply and says that he knows he shouldn't have done it but sometimes just couldn't wait any longer...
What do you do with him?