There is a term that is prominent in many languages which is, "He took him out to the tool shed." What this term means is when someone around you, whom you are close to, upsets you, instead of punishing them in front of everyone you take them out to the toolshed to do it privately. Usually a spanking for a child or a beating for a friend or just a good old fashion verbal blasting.
For a man named Petro Shvets who lived on the Canadian prairies in the early 1900s he liked to take people to the tool shed on a regular basis. He would take anybody that pissed him off even for the smallest reason as Petro had a quick and evil temper. There was one occasion that he had caught his first wife having sex in the barn with a neighbor that lived a mile away. Petro currently sensed something was up when once a day his wife would randomly disappear from the house. The first few times he did not think anything of it, but when it happened the third time he questioned her and she stuttered horribly. She thought that she had him fooled. He did not say anything more and she was relieved, but wasn't sure if he was playing coy. Petro now knew something was up but he didn't know what it was.
The next day she didn't go to the barn but three days later she did and Petro was waiting in the hay. Just as his wife was starting to get it on with their neighbor Bill Diduck, Petro leapt out of the hay and gave the neighbour a ferocious beating. He them grabbed his wife by the hair and dragged her out to the toolshed and closed the door so the kids would not see what he was doing. After he was done with his wife he went back into the barn in a fit of rage and found Bill Diduck still trying to get his pants back on. When Bill saw Petro coming he tried to run, but the raging Petro grabbed the neighbor by his suspenders and hauled his ass out to the toolshed and once again closed the door to prevent his kids from seeing his anger. Petro emerged out of the shed minutes later and he saw his other nosy neighbor named Chimera snooping around the barn. Chimera said to Petro that he saw everything and was going to go to the police.
Petro grunted and grabbed Chimera by the neck and carried him to the toolshed where he gave Chimera more of the same that he had given to his wife and Bill Diduck.
Three days later the police came around Petro's farm to ask him if he had seen his two neighbors. Petro said he had no idea where they were. The police then asked Petro where his wife was and he said that she had run off with another man as she had been having an affair. The police asked if they could look around the property and Petro had no issue with it. For a whole day four officers searched the property. Petro became very nervous when they began to search the toolshed. Petro watched as the police examined the dark interior of the toolshed and hoped they would not see what he was hiding. When they came out he heard them say it was clean and they left the property. Petro laughed to himself but he knew the police would return so he entered the toolshed and washed the dried blood off the scythe, the sickle and the hatchet, something he had forgot to do as he was preoccupied with disposing the bodies. He grinned to himself knowing the dismembered bodies would never be found. He turned to look in the field where the crows and ravens feasted.