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Responsibility for this bungle rests with the Burnie Council and must be funded by the Council.
JIBE Osborne as Rainbow's Bungle, with Zippy and George
People who can't remember if their helicopter was shot down or not and who bungle stories don't get paid the big bucks, and they especially don't get jobs as journalists.
Paul Cullinan, who played Bungle between 1993 and 1996, had the cheering crowd on their feet as he sang Mustang Sally in the first episode of the new series.
When Bungle arrived he was very shy and would hide in his bed.
Bungle had an operation to save his leg but unfortunately the surgeon was left with no option but to amputate it.
Hopefully there will be more Bungle stories to follow.
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.
Over 350 million years ago, this area was a coral sea - now exposed, its most spectacular poings on the Western side include Geike Gorge, Tunnel Creek and Windjana Gorge, and in the East, the breath-taking Bungle Bungles.
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.
A virtuoso of the bungle, Peter Land aims for a sense of stand-up folly reminiscent of early Gilbert & George, Bas Jan Ader, and Martin Kersels--or, for that matter, the physical comedy of Buster Keaton.