Aaron Barschak, the man who gatecrashed Prince William's 21st birthday party, is to stand for parliament.
Aaron Barschak was dressed as Osama bin Laden
He is among 16 candidates vying for the vacant Brent-East seat in north-west London.
Labour's Robert Evans, a London MEP, is seeking to defend the constituency for the party, in a contest caused by the death of former Brent Council leader Paul Daisley.
Other runners for the by-election which takes place on 18 September include a London Assembly member, at least two councillors and a cabbie.
The Tories are fielding Brent councillor Uma Fernandes while the Liberal Democrat candidate is Sarah Teather, an Islington councillor.
The Green Party's Noel Lynch is a London Assembly member.
Kelly McBride (Independent)
Winston McKenzie (Independent)
Neil Walsh (Independent)
Harold Immanuel (Independent Labour)
Alan Howling Lord Hope (Monster Raving Loony Party)
Jiten Bardwaj (No description)
Khidori Fawzi Ibrahim (Public Services Not War)
Brian Butterworth (Socialist Alliance)
Iris Cremer (Socialist Labour Party)
Cabbie Brian Hall (UK Independence Party
Rainbow George Weiss (WWW.XAT.ORG)
Mr Barschak has no party description on the ballot form.
The self-styled "comedy terrorist" was able to infiltrate the party at Windsor Castle on 21 June dressed as Osama bin Laden.
He got in by climbing a tree, then jumping on to a wall and clambering to a terrace.
Once inside, he persuaded police officers that he was a legitimate guest and was able to mingle with other revellers.
Among the guests were The Queen, Prince Charles, Prince Harry and Camilla Parker Bowles.
The chief inspector in charge of security at Windsor was later moved to another job, while a report into the incident criticised police for a number of errors.