A man was rescued by tribesmen after crash landing his plane deep in the rain forest. They nursed him back to health, and helped him to return to civilisation. He had promised the chief of the tribe anything he wanted as a reward, as he was very wealthy. The chief explained how a visitor some years earlier had shown him photo's in a book of a powerfull king sitting on his thrown. He said he would like one just the same, and proceeded to describe said throne. Six months later, a replica gold plated, jewel encrusted throne was delivered. The chief feared that if the other tribes heard of it, they may raid the village, so he had a false roof built into his grass hut to hide it. A few days later, due to the sheer weight, the throne fell through the false roof, landing on the chief, and killing him outright. The moral of the story is: People who live in grass houses, shouldn't stow thrones!