Sir Richard Flyson is holding an exclusive garden party and barbecue at his summer residence to demonstrate his latest invention - a vacuum powered strimmer called the Vrimmer. But when Sir Flyson flicks the switch - well, let's just say the sausages aren't the only things that got burned. It looks like murder... but whodunit?
As a pro tennis player you wear your tennis outfit everywhere - the racquet is optional.
International Brazilian footballers tend to wear their football strip, in national colours, or the strip of the UK team they’re sure to be playing for!
You’re an A-list actress who wouldn’t be caught dead in anything that isn’t a designer label - preferably several designer labels.
Tree surgeons don’t get taken very seriously in this day and age, so brown trousers or shorts and plain t-shirt show you mean business - or do they?
You like to remind people you’re a DIY TV personality so tend to wear your checked work shirt and tool belt everywhere you go.
You wear a t-shirt sporting a trendy logo, shorts and headphones - you’re a world-renowned DJ after all!
You tend to wear a business suit to add substance to your financial advice, unless it’s hot, in which case even your summer wardrobe is black.
You normally wear a flat cap, sensible shoes and something resembling cricket whites to show people you’re a pro lawn bowler.
As a youtubing surfer you’re normally always dressed for the beach. A bikini and matching cover-up keeps you warm and ready for action.
As TV’s kitchen goddess you wear pretty much whatever you want - normally tasteful yet curvy - and always paired with an apron.
You tend to wear your Olympic gold medal with everything, whether that’s a swimming costume and towel, or summer shorts and top - it’s there.
Tabloid journalists try to blend in with their surroundings so make a note of the party location and dress accordingly. And bring a pencil and notebook.
As an app designing gamer you wear your own ‘Flappy Cat’ t-shirt everywhere but if that’s in the wash, any gaming icon will do fine.
International Aussie cricketers don’t normally just wear cricket gear - they paint their faces too. Go on, put the white warpaint on!
Eccentric hairdo (wig), eccentric clothes and an eccentric accent - you model yourself on all the best designers. Think Gaga meets Dame Edna.
You like people to know you’re Flyson’s private jet pilot so you wear your pilot’s uniform everywhere: white short-sleeved shirt, black tie, and badges.