PRINCE ESCALUS: Three times now, riots have broken out in this town...
...All because of a casual word from you, Montague and Capulet.
Three times the peace has been disturbed...
...and Verona's old citizens have taken up their rusty weapons to part you.
If you ever disturb the streets again, you'll pay with your lives.
Capulet, come with me. Montague, this afternoon visit my court in old Freetown, to hear my further demands.
As for the rest of you: leave this place or be put to death.
MONTAGUE: Who started this old fight up again? Speak, nephew.