A Flea settled upon the bare foot of a Wrestler and bit him, causing
the man to call loudly upon Hercules for help. When the Flea a second
time hopped upon his foot, he groaned and said, "O Hercules! if you
will not help me against a Flea, how can I hope for your assistance
against greater antagonists?'
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