Jeremy Clarkson is recording The Grand Tour season four in Vietnam, where he professes to have a weird old time.
Recording for the up and coming run of the Amazon Prime Video series commenced recently in Cambodia with Clarkson reuniting with long-time partners Richard Hammond and James May.
The producer, 59, has taken to online networking to keep fans refreshed on their shenanigans and today posted some fairly interesting snaps on Instagram
The first shows the trio standing in front of an establishment called ‘Jack’s Bearded Clam Bar’ with the caption: ‘Everything is shut.’
With regards to the, ahem, topic, the second photograph is them standing before another shut bar called ‘Seaman’s Club’.
Someday before Clarkson tweeted: ‘I’ve had some f****** weird days at work in the past but today takes the cake.’
Do the dodgy pub names have anything with that?
I’ve had some fucking weird days at work in the past but today takes the cake.
— Jeremy Clarkson (@JeremyClarkson) June 28, 2019
It is so far misty where precisely in Vietnam shooting is happening, yet fans will be likely seeking after another bicycle experience to coordinate their exemplary Top Gear special from 2008.
Clarkson recently affirmed the fourth period of The Grand Tour will likewise film in Thailand, Laos, Myanmar, Malaysia, and Singapore.
The new season will be altogether included road specials, in the wake of choosing to drop the studio audience from the show.
Meanwhile, motoring fans are getting a charge out of the freshest period of Top Gear with its ‘humorous’ new host Paddy McGuinness, Freddie Flintoff and the returning Chris Harris.