Top Gear 28 opens with bungee-jumping stunt, 'lots more planned' for season

Television personality Paddy McGuinness (left) and car journalist Chris Harris from the show Top Gear. PHOTO: JOE PEPLER / PINPEP
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LONDON - If ever proof was needed that motoring show Top Gear has an international reach, the evidence arrived when the three-man cast was filming in Ethiopia.

The two celebrity presenters - television personality Paddy McGuinness and former England cricketeer Freddie Flintoff - were playing table football with the show's car journalist Chris Harris.

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