In my world werewolves are humans but would transform into part man part wolf when they stares at round and shiny object such as a full moon, the humans knew about it and even extended their welcome but there is a catch: no transformation is allowed and the penalty is death by firing squad.
Now the issues are humans enjoy living with werewolves and it's no secret provided they don't transform in the presence of people. All it takes is a single complain and the firing squad is called in, no trial no excuse no matter how young the culprit. Actually majority of the public don't give a shit when they saw them transform but then there is always someone who seemingly detest their kind and would constantly jump on the opportunity to get rid of them, so I wonder how do these werewolves cope with such an unforgiving society?
Btw studies show that only staring at shiny and round shaped object as big as a dime for 30 seconds is enough to trigger the transformation in werewolves. Also note that the werewolves are immigrants from some nasty places where conflicts and famines are the norm!
Set in the modern time as I am curious if technology can help to tackle prejudice that has span eons and then to make matters worse any human who tries to cover up the incident will be facing a jail term or a hefty fine, or both.
We can assume shiny is anything that gives off or reflect light that measures above 0.1 lux, as for the law I am sure we have heard even more ridiculous one before.