Lieutenant Boulé. In June 1941, while dressed as a lady, he strolled down from the castle and passed British prisoners being escorted from the park. It never occurred to anyone to question why on Earth a woman was there, and Boulé would have made it if he had not dropped his watch. One of the British prisoners, Brian Paddon, noticed this and did the gentlemanly thing by picking it up and going to hand it back, but in so doing he alerted the guards to this bizarre event. One positive aspect of this blunder was that soon afterwards the prisoners formed an international escape committee to prevent men of differing nationalities from treading on each others toes, which at the time was becoming commonplace.