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Folflures was a medieval court in Northern England which dealt specifically with the crimes of fairies. Crimes committed by humans were addressed in the court of Les Cinque Dragownes [37].

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The Folflure of Bath: all Fairies remained capped and caped during the court case. In the end, the judge seated in the middle, spun around a big broadsword: where it halted marked the spot where the guilty fairy could be found. In the background two fair(y) maidens unroll toilet paper (as sign of fairy justice and, to a lesser extent, surprisingly revelatory personal hygiene).