Gordon Ramsay has been sharpened his stirring new documentary about Colombia’s barbarous drug conglomeration – in South West London.
The TV cook was speckled wearing mud-spattered trousers and a bulletproof vest while being driven in the back of an equally murky ‘Policia’ van, all while surrounded by the sensuous greenery of Wimbledon Common.
Earlier in the year Gordon suggested that he would be making the dangerous doc during a discuss with the Daily Mail, observant he was getting prepared for ‘something flattering hostile’.
‘We’re going to Colombia,’ he said. ‘They’re putting me under a mishap test for the consequence of being shot and kidnapped.’
Sounds like a hoot.
LOL Gordon Ramsay filmt docu over ‘levensgevaarlijke’ drugskartels in Colombia…in Wimbledon, incl nep politie. pic.twitter.com/aILLOEPhUE
— TS (@227thomas) Jul 30, 2017
But instead of roughing it in the South American jungle, Gordon was speckled sat in a trailer having ‘mud’ practical to his face and garments by a makeup artist with a paintbrush.
His hair was apparently also seen being given a good scruff up.
Two men dressed in black, finish with bulletproof vests and feign rifles, gathering behind the Land Rover Gordon was in to give the apparition that the star was surrounded by guerilla company men, as faraway dog walkers looked on.
However, an ITV orator told the Metro.co.uk that Gordon just filming the Wimbledon footage ‘for a selling trail’ and that it ‘will not form any partial of any programme.’
Gordon has done his name as the sweary TV cook who’s not fearful to get all up in someone’s face and give them ruin for flambéing a soufflé the wrong way, but we’re betting he’s not going to be so gobby once he’s in the participation of the barbarous drug cartel.
The documentary looks into the impact of the sepulchral drugs trade in the South American country that has cost thousands of people their lives over the years.
The documentary will be shown in two tools and is scheduled to be expelled this Autumn.