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GREAT DAY Robbie Jones, the charity's new mascot, shows off his new army gear and, right, fundraising bungee jumper Leigh Armstrong CHARITY From left, Eric Ingram from The Soldiers' Charity, with Wayne and Jill Jones, and their son Robbie, who lost his legs to meningitis at 23 months old
The most extreme BBQ was held on Lake Walapoa in Auckland, New Zealand; when in 1996 a bungee jumper plunged up and down above a barbi floating on a raft 250ft below to speed grill a burger
No doubt CABE's observations will be given the consideration they deserve - before being jettisoned faster than a falling bungee jumper.
Making his debut as a bungee jumper will be Kevin Mooney, the late Queen Mother's jockey and now assistant to Barry Hills.
It's that same love for the extreme that has led Tripp to become an avid sky diver and bungee jumper.
Bungee jumper Eric Barcia, 22, hurled himself off a 70ft platform and hit the pavement at Reston, Virginia, - because the rope was longer than the distance between the platform and the ground.
But if England's tour of New Zealand goes into freefall like a Kiwi bungee jumper, then his first problem is going to be: Who leads my team?
At 36 and with a five year career as a reality TV star and charity bungee jumper (below) behind him , Flint off has some way to go to show he still has the skills to compete at the top.
And the grandad, who is now Europe's oldest bungee jumper, said he would do it all again.
Compressed yellow millet and some Red broomcorn form the shape of a little human bungee jumper, with a bungee rope, and is very entertaining for birds and BBQ-ers alike.
And, because of his European ban, he's been in and out of the team like a bungee jumper off a bridge, which doesn't help his cause.
Richard Hobson could not ride to orders on front-runner Bungee Jumper in the two-mile chase, but the pacemakers eventually came back to him and he got a fine run out of the veteran on the run-in to snatch the prize in the final stride