If Pongo Twistleton's looking a bit blue and starting at sudden noises, it's only because his Uncle Fred's been up to town for one of his "pleasant and instructive afternoons". Uncle Fred, that is to say Lord Ickenham, spends most of his time bottled up in the country, and when he gets loose in London, tends to step high, wide and handsome into perpetrating outrages upon the public weal at a rate of one per hour. Indeed, Pongo logged him, Saturday, starting with his misbehaviour at 1 pm and noting the social crime at each subsequent hour, when Uncle Fred was either selling jellied eels under false pretenses, "borrowing" a yellow rain slicker from Harrod's under the guise of being that store's house detective, treating a pekingese dog for asthma, impersonating a Member of Parliament in order to obtain his restaurant reservations, or psycho-analysing a pretty waitress in a tea-room. In enacting these stratagems, Uncle Fred took the given names of Theodore, Fritz, Cyrus, George & Pepe; he pulled the surnames of Schnappel, Whippet, Edelweiss, Ellington & Smith out of his hat (in no particular order). Finally, to top it, he nipped and pinched a succession of flowers to wear in his buttonhole: a carnation, a tearose, a poppy, a sweet-william, and a marigold (not in successive order)
Well! Can you figure out what actually took place, from the 13 clues below (this is all we've been able to get out of Pongo, who is still gibbering...)? What time did Uncle Fred do what, under what names, with what posey in his lapel, that fateful day?