A native chieftain, of equatorial somewhere, decided he needed a fancier residence. He ordered his faithful subjects to build him a two story grass hut. Having the tallest building on the island, just wasn't good enough though. He decided he needed two thrones, one for summer and one for winter. He had them built out of teak lumber and coral, with mother or pearl decorations. He lounged on one throne as several men stored the second one above him. The hut however was not strong enough to support such a load and the throne and the men fell onto the King. The chieftain was killed and all the men injured and both thrones badly damaged. The moral of the story is: People in grass houses shouldn't stow thrones.