There was a kingdom in the middle of a jungle. The king was good and fair and was loved by the rest of the kingdom, with one exception. His younger brother was jealous, and resented not being king. One day, his resentment grew so strong that, while the king was away, leading a hunt, the younger brother slipped into the palace and stole his brother's throne. He took it away to a small hut in the densest part of the jungle and spent his days just sitting on the throne and pretending to have power over the whole kingdom.
The king returned home to find his throne was missing, as was his brother. He surmised that the two were connected, so he sent out a search party, which eentually found the hut, killed the younger brother, and returned the throne to its rightful owner.
The moral of this story is: Don't stow thrones in grass houses.