That is a funny, no offense. I bet it will be just fine, especially if it starts fermenting right of way. One thing I learned is that there is always going to be bad yeast in your beer, but if your good yeast, the yeast you've pitched, takes off and reproduces quickly, it should push most of that bad yeast off to the side. So hopefully your yeast will move anything bad off to the side and it won't have a chance to reproduce.
Still, that is funny stuff. I hope it turns out because you'll never replicate it. And, you can post your recipe.
"After wort has cooled, pitch on stocking hat into the brew for 20 seconds and remove."