A misplaced letter in the order of service saw the new Monarch ceremonially deposited in the Thames. Despite the protests of Camella, the Royal Family insisted that the medieval event should be followed to the letter, even if the letter was wrong.
The subermerging the King will now become standard practise for future coronations, with William expected to be drowned as a witch. An historian explained: 'There was a smudge on the document, which could have resulted in the King being clowned - killed by custard pie.'
Drifting out to sea, Charles III pledged to rule his aquatic kingdom, as he was adopted by a pod of porpoises. While the Archbishop declared: 'God save the King and all who sail in him.'