Some acrobats lived a poor life though they were adept actors or adept actresses. They were active on the stage only because they were actuated by the life. They must earn adequate money to adapt to their life. Additionally, they were often wounded acutely when they acted. In order to overcome the pain, they used acupuncture and even used drugs until some of them became addicts. The master of them was an acrid man. But they adhered to him by his controlling the drugs. One day, the actor could not bear his acrimony any longer so he addressed the local judge about it. Unfortunately, the judge was an addle man. With the promise that the master would give him ten acres of land, he adduced some funny adages and the master was acquitted of the crime acquit the master. Later, this story appeared in the addendum of the adaptation that described the legend of the acrobats.