Athanasius, father of orthodoxy, had his enemies. One time, some of them held an Internet trial and accused him of messing around with the occult, and on top of that they said he had murdered a rival bishop named Arsenius. He had chopped off his rival’s hand for use in his magic arts. Athanasius was summoned to appear before Constantine for this, which he did. His enemies were there, waiting with their proof, which was the severed hand. Athanasius, for his part, had brought a hooded companion.
When they offered their proof, Athanasius asked if they knew Arsenius well. Yes, quite well was the eager response. Whereupon Athanasius brought forward his mystery companion, and pulled off the hood to reveal his murder victim, alive and well apparently.
Some of his enemies were still convinced by the hand argument though, and so Athanasius then proceeded to display the right arm of Arsenius. “No!” the crowd roared. “It was the other hand!”
So Athanasius showed them the other arm, and asked if Arsenius was such a monster as to have three hands. That got a laugh and everybody calmed down.
See Terry Lindvall, God Mocks, p. 37