The king who sold his guest to the Romans. He did save his kingdom, and acquired the doubtful honour of being remembered as Hannibal's last refuge and betrayer.
This is why he deserves being depicted with garden-gnome legs. The beard is actually based on his coin portrait, on which he basically looks like a squirt. We have to wonder, if coin portraits are meant to be flattering, what this guy *really* looked like.
Daniel Smith and Schmincke watercolours on Stillman&Birn sketchbook.