On the day following the Buckingham Palace security breach where two journalists from the News of the Smut were found calmly sitting in the Royal Motorcade Car, yet another security breach has been discovered in H M the Queen's residence.
In the early hours of this morning, a tall Greek man was found wandering around the first floor of the Palace hitting a tennis ball down the hallway with a polo stick.
When approached by a member of the Queen's Evening Household, the man simply turned around and said he was "bally practicing for the bally Olympics and would madam and her heaving chest kindly not hinder my way".
The Queen's Press Secretary, Jeremy Farquar said that unfortunately, despite the best intentions of the member of the Queens Evening Household, there was nothing that could be done to restrict the movement of Prince Philip around the Palace, even if he was practicing polo at an unearthly hour.
He added that it was only sheer luck that Prince Philip wasn't on a horse at the time and that the Member of the Evening Household wasn't Chinese.