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Coming back from "some place at the end of the world," Mr. Enfield is walking home at three in the morning when he spies a human Juggernaut on a collision course with a young girl.
After the Juggernaut knocks the girl over, Mr. Enfield apprehends the man and brings him over to a group of people fussing over the child.
Mr. Enfield is struck by the fact that every single person in the group, including the doctor, absolutely loathes the criminal on sight.
The criminal offers to pay reparations, then pops into a door and comes out with a check for 100 pounds, drawn from someone else’s bank account.
Mr. Enfield is suspicious, but the check is genuine.
When Mr. Enfield and Mr. Utterson pass by the door, Mr. Enfield relates the whole story to Mr. Utterson, remarking on the oddness of the situation: the criminal is obviously a despicable man, but the money he paid was drawn from the account of an extremely well-respected member of society.
The two men discuss the issue.
Mr. Utterson asks for the name of the criminal, and Mr. Enfield tells him that it’s Mr. Hyde. He then describes the man’s appearance.
They agree never to speak of it again.
Some time later, the two men are again on their walk when they pass by the door.
They chat about it, happy that Mr. Hyde has disappeared.
They go past Dr. Jekyll’s window and chat with him for a while, before Dr. Jekyll looks absolutely terrified and sad and slams down the window.
Mr. Enfield and Mr. Utterson are aghast and horrified.