Old Babylonia[ edit ] The 18th century BC law code promulgated by Babylonian king Hammurabi specifies several crimes in which death by burning was thought appropriate. Looters of houses on fire could be cast into the flames, and priestesses who abandoned cloisters and began frequenting inns and taverns could also be punished by being burnt alive. Furthermore, a man who began committing incest with his mother after the death of his father could be ordered by courts to be burned alive. For example, Senusret I r. Under the civil war flaring under Takelot II more than a thousand years later, the Crown Prince Osorkon showed no mercy, and burned several rebels alive.
A psycho mutant creature goes after them, and at one point goes after her with a knife, but for the most part, creature's efforts are directed toward torturing the guy, leaving Natasha to mostly struggle and sway and react to the goings-on. The are several nice shots of Natasha, but the scene is somewhat dimly lit and film's frenetic editing reduces most of them to just a few seconds each. Bonus points for the attractive victim and for showing her really hanging suspended, although it might have been a stunt woman in some of the long shots. As a pervert, I usually expect disappointment - the dud scene with the great build up that lets you down. The whipping that is stopped before it gets started.