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They parted friends, and, after leaving the prince, the doctor said to Lebedeff: "If all such people were put under restraint, there would be no one left for keepers." Lebedeff then, in tragic tones, told of the approaching marriage, whereupon the other nodded his head and replied that, after all, marriages like that were not so rare; that he had heard that the lady was very fascinating and of extraordinary beauty, which was enough to explain the infatuation of a wealthy man; that, further, thanks to the liberality of Totski and of Rogojin, she possessed--so he had heard--not only money, but pearls, diamonds, shawls, and furniture, and consequently she could not be considered a bad match.
The coroner remarked that it was very unfortunate that the young man was not put under restraint and that his earlier complaints were not taken as seriously as they ought to have been.
All the couple's assets had been put under restraint from civil proceedings but Walsh then convinced the High Court that he had so much money that they only restrained pounds 750,000 of his property, which was all fictitious.
Otherwise it becomes a licence for any drunk on the streets of Middlesbrough when they're being properly apprehended, when they're being put under restraint, to use wanton violence and then say, 'I was drunk'."
He used self-defence techniques he learned on an Army course 43 years ago to subdue the man, who was then put under restraint before the MyTravel Airways flight from Turkey to Gatwick made a special landing in Vienna.