Toby Earle on the 'frightening' Top Gear Patagonia special

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Toby Earle on the 'frightening' Top Gear Patagonia special
29th December 2014

Toby Earle discusses the “very frightening" final ten minutes of the Top Gear Patagonia special which saw the presenters and crew under attack for a controversial numberplate. 

The plate, H982 FKL, was said to anger locals who thought it was a reference to the 1982 Falklands conflict which left hundreds dead. 

The Top Gear team were forced to flee while under attack, which left some vehicles with their windows smashed in.  

The show followed Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May on a 1,600-mile journey from Bariloche to the southern port of Ushuaia. It was largely incident free, instead showing off the region's beautiful scenery.

Toby recommends watching the show, which aired yesterday, on catch-up. 

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