THE former priest who famously disrupted the men's marathon at the Athens Olympics in 2004 and ran on to the track at the British Grand Prix at Silverstone the previous year intends to stage a protest against the Catholic Church next week at The Epsom Derby.
Cornelius 'Neil' Horan, will demonstrate for the tenth year in a row at Epsom on Derby day.
The defrocked Roman Catholic priest will perform a jig at Epsom Station before being escorted by police into the racecourse.
Horan says his protest is directed at the Catholic Church which he believes is a a pagan organisation.
The Irishman, dubbed The Grand Prix Priest or The Dancing Priest has called the Pope "a false prophet" and "Anti-Christ".
Neil Horan, now in his late sixties, will will attend the Epsom Derby sporting event on Saturday with posters that read "The Catholic Church is the whore of Babylon, says the Bible".