King Abjahd of Berundai was a cruel King. He took money from his poorest people to fund his hedonistic lifestyle. He decided that he must have a magnificent throne built. Inlaid with gold and rare jewels, fifty craftsmen toiled over it for many months. It was indeed the most splendid creation! But the King heard that his people,upon learning about this throne, intended to steal it. So he ordered his servants to hide it in the rafters of his grass hut. This they did,securing it with ropes made of grass and sisal.
However, the termites and ants soon devoured the ropes and one night the throne crashed down onto the Kings' bed, killing him instantly!
The moral of this story being " People who live in grass houses shouldn't stow thrones."