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They chanted Bungle as the former television royalty left the stage.
Paul, 48, tells the crowd after his blind audition in this Saturday's series opener: "The reaction I get when I do Bungle really freaks people out.
When Bungle arrived he was very shy and would hide in his bed.
Mick Channon: more rain could see Bungle Inthejungle pulled out
because Zippy, Bungle and George are on their way to Southport with new pal, Scott
The farmer contacted Wythall Animal Sanctuary, based in Kings Norton, which has rehomed the pony and named it Bungle.
The surgeon who examined him and gave advice to the company making the mask, Professor Ian Hutchinson, confirmed that with the protective mask in place Bungle will be able to take part in football matches without a problem.
HEAVENLY: George, Bungle and Zippy are at the Gala Theatre in Durham on September 16.
In the campaigns, which critics consider misandry (the opposite of misogyny], men act like buffoons, ogling cars and women; are likened to dogs; and bungle every possible household task.
Lo Ali be And, of course, Bungle, who would fight for sausages.
Lovable brown bear Bungle was actually played by actors John Lee son, Stanley Bates, Malcolm Lord and Paul Cullinan.
Tommy Bungle with Emily Wood, three, and Lewis Wood, five, above, and with Marko Taylor helping Max Shutt, four, and Oliver Shutt, five, show off their circus skills, below 090414CIRCUS_05 KATIE LUNN
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Officially known as Purnululu National Park, the Bungle Bungle Massif is one of Australia's greatest natural wonders.
It was a bit of a bungle and we're prepared to take it on the chin,' said Nick Austin, chief executive of the Surrey company.