King George III of Great-Britain (1738-1820) had always been a family man with strong moral principles,
but, during his recurring bouts of 'madness', he developed an embarrassing fancy for a respectable grandmother of over fifty.
His doctors had him strapped into a strait-jacket.
They didn't realise that George suffered from a rare hereditary disease, porphyria, causing excruciating pains.
Mad King George uses frames.