In this savage world where there was no law the Big Bwana was law unto himself
and all who dwelt about him.
Phil Bardsley, who was pictured on his back in a casino draped in PS50 notes looked to be a law unto himself
He always runs well but can be a law unto himself
at Trains at Newcastle times, but he's guaranteed to give you a run for your money.
I think that what happened to General MacArthur was, he became a law unto himself
," said David Hackworth, a decorated soldier who served in Korea and Vietnam.
Brady added: "I am afraid Mr Blatter is a law unto himself
He's not supposed to send me into the crowd so I can get abused but he's a law unto himself
so I expect a visit to the FA again to explain myself.
But actor Kris Marshall has always been a law unto himself
, both on-screen and off.
Volatile and unpredictable, Iles is a connoisseur of teenage girls and also a law unto himself
, exploiting a weak chief constable to run his patch like a private empire.
Jane's lover, Edward Rochester, to whose ward she is governess, is a strange, violent man, bereft of conventional courtesy, a law unto himself
Mr Saunders seems to be a law unto himself
- can he do exactly what he wants?
Sir Alex Ferguson has for too long been a law unto himself
, again something that isn't a problem with a football club but is with a publicly-quoted company.
Taylor (right) last night confirmed the brewing discontent and said: "He cannot be a law unto himself
As a cricketing superstar he is unique, and I am afraid he has become almost a law unto himself
He hates himself for it, but whenever he's out of the States and away from his 'people' he's a law unto himself
He acted like a law unto himself
and had an attitude bordering on contempt.