Furious Mike Tindall grabbed losing jockey, Paul Carberry, by the reins today and tossed him head first over Aintree's notorious Becher's Brook.
Tindall, a powerful ex-England rugby star and an experienced dwarf-tosser, was earlier seen biting his nails and cursing his luck - as he watched the hapless 7 stone jockey fail to bring red hot favourite Monbeg Dude home to a widely expected Grand National victory.
Eye-witnesses later claimed that powerful Tindall, married to 11 stone Olympian Zara Phillips, hurled jockey Carberry at least twenty feet clear of Becher's. “It was a magnificent toss,” trumpeted Major Ted Steele-Bodger, CEO of British Rugby Union and keen dwarf activist. “If Tindall hasn't written himself into the annals of tossing legend by Christmas, then I'm the Duke of Edinburgh."