Bishop Albinus made no secret about his condemnation of these marriages. That did not, of course, endear him to the best families, but he didn't care much about that. When they turned up the heat on him, he called a couple of councils (normally a Pope's privilege, or at least an emperor's, but he was a man of initiative) and got a regional ban on incest in place.
On to the halitosis. Albinus was a great populist, an advocate for the common people against those with privilege and wealth. He was once visiting Etheria, a woman who had been sent to prison by King Childebert, for bad debts. When Etheria flung herself at the Bishop's feet to beg for help, a guard moved to hit her. Albinus breathed into the guard's face and the man dropped dead on the spot. Recognizing that one does not argue with The Breath of Death, the officials promptly released Etheria.
Finally, he used Diocesan funds to ransom the captives of pirates, which is why his patronage is actually for protection against piracy. In this wicked cool picture, artist Brian Hartley Sago sees Albinus standing guard against Somali pirates.