King Alfonso XIII was visiting the city and passed by the house of John Tooth. He told the mayor of Seville, Cayetano Luca de Tena, it wasn’t nice to have a house next to one of the most famous landmarks town.
The mayor immediately made the same night tear down the house. Luca de Tena ordered a new home for John Tooth and his family that morning.
The next day, when the King left the Palace, he noted impressed that there was no sign of the house. The wall was found empty and free, as we see it today. He called the mayor and congratulated him for his diligence in serving the words offered in the previous day’s ride.