A Stevie Production
You are the Earl of Glossop in the year 1890, and consequently you have a large household of servants, some of whom are young and attractive females.
Your 16 year old son and heir, Lord Algernon, is not quite your pride and joy... he is ill behaved, arrogant, and performs very badly in school... the only thing positive about him is his appearance - he is quite a handsome lad. He is also, as you are well aware, rather sexually precocious for the era, and you've had to speak to him sharply several times lately about his propensity to flirt in an inappropriate manner with the chambermaids.
That evening, the butler, Griggs, begs your pardon after dinner and informs you that one of the young women who works in the kitchen is in the family way... and she insists that Lord Algernon is the responsible party.
Upon your taking Lord Algernon to task, he freely admits having illicit sexual relations with the girl and further states that he doesn't see what the fuss is about: after all, she's only a servant...
What will you say to that, and, will you punish him for it (remember that it is 1890 and there are not many limits as to how you can punish the boy.)