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Paul, who was joined at the blind audition by his two daughters, mum and his Ozzy Osborne look-alike pal, said: "It's great being Bungle because of the reaction from people.
Sir Tom Jones, 74, doesn't recall Bungle either, but admits remembering Muffin the Mule, a BBC children's classic dating from 1946.
BUNGLE was taken into the animal hospital as an injured stray.
Cocker spaniel puppy Bungle had to have his leg amputated after being found injured
vvWhattheysay Mick Channon, trainer of Bungle Inthejungle "He's been very consistent except when it all went wrong at the Curragh, when he reared up and hit his head in the stalls.
Bungle is thought to be about two years old and is now sharing his life with a menagerie of animals at Mark and Vicky's home.
The pounds 6000 display on November 4 was meant to last 20 minutes - but everything went off at once after a technical bungle.
Nomads boss Jim Hackett, who spent the back end of last season working in a scouting capacity for the League One outfit, said: "I was contacted by chief scout Pat Holland three weeks ago enquiring about Bungle.
In the show, we meet Scott, an out-of-work actor who is down on his luck - and unlucky in love - when a chance meeting leads him to a wacky school run by Zippy, George and Bungle.
Bungle was checked over by a vet who said he would almost definitely develop arthritis as a result of the neglect.
But Chris, known as Bungle, was told his injurywould take sixweeks to heal and a further six weeks before he could play.
Zippy, George and Bungle are together again after Rainbow was voted the best children's television show of all time by the BBC.