The Pharaoh of Exodus, who chose to endure 10 plagues rather than let the Hebrew people go.
Huh, that's funny. Even ignoring the fact that Exodus never happened, it's a strange choice.
Sure, he refused, but then partway into the story, the pharaoh tried to relent, and YHWH just mindraped him into returning to the role of a stubborn ruler.
And in the end, instead of harming the one person in the story who actually had a say in the matter, he takes it out on all the firstborn sons of people who had no say in the matter or not.
The YHWH of Exodus seems like an exponentially bigger bastard than the Pharaoh.