the king's sense of justice went to the extent of absurdity. explain.

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He was a furious, short-tempered and a cruel king. It is very evident from his sentencing his workers for a very insignificant fault on their side. Not only that he was arrogant, he was too thoughtless and reckless.
The king's sense of justice needed to be tempered with a good measure of wisdom and common sense. Blindly following the laws without exercising any discretion shows foolhardiness rather than intelligence. It shows that his sense of justice was misguided and he was indeed far too just to be fit to rule.

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