Written by Old Bluffer 2nd Jun 2005
The Python's tribute to the Siege of Troy does not end well for this nameless footman. King Arthur's best engineer, Sir Bedevere, has forgotten to fill his giant wooden rabbit with soldiers, but nobody realised this rather major oversight until the French wheel it into their castle.
It doesn't take long for the French to realise that the massive piece of artwork is unlikely to appreciate in value so they summarily catapult it back over the walls, directly onto the head of the unfortunate footman.
"Well, we wait until nightfall, then Lancelot, Galahad and I, leap out of the rabbit..."