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Lyner
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01:51:56 PM May 26th 2015
edited by Lyner
I don't know whether it would be "real life", but is there any room for instances of this found from traditions? For example, there's a tradition called "Battle of the Oranges" celebrated to this day in the city of Ivrea, Italy, in which townspeople throw oranges (representing stones) at selected people riding in carts (representing a nobleman and his peers). According to tradition, a nobleman tried to exercise this right on a miller's daughter on her wedding night, only to be faced with violent opposition including people attacking him and storming his castles with stones and other weapons.
Larkmarn
06:41:45 AM May 27th 2015
I'd say that'd fall under the "Mythology and tales" folder.
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