TOP Gear’s Paddy McGuiness was left admitting he needed a ‘little cry’ during tonight’s edition of the show.
The motoring trio headed to Thailand for the first episode of the series to participate in a ‘pick-up’ challenge.
The lads revealed Thailand was obsessed with pick-ups and they wanted to discover for themselves just why everyone loved such vehicles.
Chris poked fun at Paddy’s low-cut shirt at the start of the episode as he informed the guys there was one major rule of the road in the country.
Chris disse: “It is actually illegal to drive without wearing a shirt and McGuiness let’s say you are pushing it slightly!”
In the episode, the trio found themselves experiencing ‘drifting’, a technique whereby a driver intentionally over steers but whilst maintaining control in order to create the effect of gliding around a sharp corner with little to no movement.
The group nominated Paddy to take part in the drifting experiment as he got into the vehicle with the driver.
The presenter searched around for a seat belt only to realise the car did not have one.
As he clumsily crashed his head onto a bar inside the car, Paddy said in a voiceover: “Não (seat) belt, lots of exposed metal – kids, do not try this at home!”
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The ex of Christine McGuiness was left visibly shocked as the car darted around the track leaving the star open-mouthed at the experience.
As the drift comes to an end, a rattled Paddy got out of the car with a multitude of visible sweat patches all across his shirt.
The star placed his head on the car as Freddie and Chris cheered him on before he walked off saying: “I’m just going to find a little spot to lie down and have a little cry. Wowzers.”
Top Gear airs Sundays at 8pm on BBC One.