There once was an evil and semi-barbaric king that ruled by fear and terror. The king was very powerful, and he showed this in his vast empire and bold decisions.
The king decided to create an arena that would decide the fate of those considered guilty. In the arena, the guilty party choose one of two doors: one that contained a ferocious tiger or the other that contained a beautiful woman. If the man chose the door with the tiger, he would be killed, but if he chose the door with the woman, he would have to marry her on the spot.
The king had a daughter that was, like him, semi-barbaric. His daughter was involved in a love affair with a man, and despite their secrecy, the king found out about it. Although the king knew that his daughter loved the man, the king decided to send the man into the arena to choose his fate.
Before the man guilty of loving the princess made his choice, he bowed before the king and the princess. The princess moved her hand to the right, signifying that the man should choose the door on the right.
Although it does not specifically say what was behind the door the princess told him to choose, I think that based off of the information given, the princess directed the man to the door with the tiger. I think she did this because she knew she would be jealous of the woman he would be required to marry if the man chose the door with the woman.