Gorilla runners sweat it out on London fun runIt could have been a scene from Planet of the Apes, but there was no sign of Charlton Heston in a loincloth loin·cloth
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Hundreds of people dressed as gorillas took to the streets of London yesterday for a charity race to raise money for the endangered African species. The sixth annual 7km Great Gorilla Run started and finished at the London Underwriting Centre off Mincing Lane Mincing Lane is a street in the City of London, stretching from Fenchurch Street south to Great Tower Street.
Its name is a corruption of Mynchen Lane - so-called from the tenements held there by the Benedictine 'mynchens' or nuns of St Helen's Bishopsgate (from . About 750 runners went ape - claiming the world record for the biggest gathering of people wearing gorilla costumes.
Bill Oddie William Edgar (Bill) Oddie, OBE (born 7 July 1941 in Rochdale, Lancashire), is a British comedy writer and performer, author, composer and musician. He became famous as one of the The Goodies. , the conservationist and TV personality, fired the starting pistol and handed medals to everyone who finished. 'It is great that people can put so much effort into something so worthy, while maintaining such good humour,' he said.