15:24 28 May 2014
While giving evidence for alleged indecent assaults, Rolf Harris performed a section of his song Jake the Peg to the jurors in a testimony that also saw the entertainer demonstrate how to play the didgeridoo and also relate the story of how he invented the musical instrument the wobble board.
The 84-year-old artist, singer/songwriter and presenter is denying a dozen counts of indecent assault on women over an 18-year period from 1968 to 1986.
Harris admitted at Southwark Crown Court that he was "a touchy feely sort of person" but drew the line at abuse.
Further into the trial, Harris admitted that he was adept at disguising the "dark side" of his charater.
Prosecuting lawyer Sasha Wass QC asked: "You are pretty good at disguising that dark side of your character aren't you?"
"Yes," Mr Harris flatly replied.
Another key moment of the examination related to Harris' "sexual remark" that a woman - then aged 13 - "looked lovely in her bikini".
Ms Wass asked: "What you were saying to [the alleged victim] is 'you have got a great body'."
Mr Harris replied: "I suppose so."
When Ms Wass said: "By saying that to a 13-year-old, that's a sexual remark isn't it?"
"In hindsight I suppose it is", he replied.
Later on Ms Wass listed the names of each of Harris' alleged victims, prompting the star to reply clearly after each one "nothing happened".