Gary Connery said the stunt took months to perfect yet he was still unprepared for being goosed by the Queen's consort. As Connery was landing, The Queen was still making her traditional entrance though the tradesmen's. Still wearing her peach cocktail dress, Mr Connery was then subject to the unwelcome attention of the Queen's husband.
"I do like a woman in a parachute," said the naughty Duke. It was understandable, in a way. Mr Connery is much younger, fitter and firmer than The Queen, bless her. Luckily he was young enough to outstrip the Duke as he chased him through the bowels of the Olympic Stadium, muttering words of Greek love.
Further complications arose when Prince Charles mistook him for his mother and borrowed a tenner. "I'll never see that again," he said. "You know what kids are like."
The corgis then led him a merry dance through the streets of East London, chasing cars and insisting he pick up their little deposits. He was then forced to babysit the grandchildren, who ran riot and took all his sweets.
Returning to the stadium, it was little surprise that he was refused entrance as a suspicious looking cross-dresser who claimed to have fallen from the sky with James Bond.
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