A Pi Beta Production
You have two sons, Rupert aged 15 and Oliver aged 8. You have bushy eyebrows and Oliver recently was very interested as he watched you trim these with the attachment on your electric razor, asking you lots of questions, both about the eyebrows and shaving in general. You try to answer his questions and point out that he really won't have to worry about shaving for several years. You also point out that the razor isn't a toy and isn't to be played with.
You have to go out for about an hour and leave Rupert in charge, telling him to keep a close watch on Oliver. He's done it before without any problems.
When you return, however, you find Rupert trying to comfort a very tearful Oliver and to tend to several nasty scratches down his arm. Your razor is on the floor. It turns out that Oliver has "borrowed" your razor and has first used the trimmer attachment to trim off the whiskers of your fairly elderly and very patient Labrador and then turned his attention to trimming off the whiskers of the family cat. The cat didn't take kindly to this and attacked Oliver, but not before he'd managed to trim off several whiskers from one side of the cat's face.
When asked where Rupert was at the time, it emerges that he was skyping a friend from his bedroom, and only reacted when he heard Oliver's screams.
You now have an unhappy dog, an angry spitting cat, an injured Oliver and a rather shamefaced Rupert.
How are you going to deal with the two boys - and, perhaps, the animals also.