Propkop Maxa, Czech Minister to Poland, went to the Theatre Polski at Warsaw. He was at his ease with his feet on the backs of the seats in front of him. The audience objected. The diplomat insisted. The theatre authorities ejected.

Later he went to a vaudeville theatre. He behaved no better. At the Legation doctors pronounced him mentally unsound.


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