Jeremy Clarkson praises Vietnamese health care after being taken to hospital with a stomach abscess … four years after an Asian man has a & # 39; slope & # 39; mentioned during the filming of Top Gear there
- Former top wheel president was at a & # 39; gap year & # 39; when he fell ill and was admitted to hospital
- He was surprised at the speed and efficiency of healthcare in the Asian country
- Clarkson also revealed that he started cycling to lose weight after piling up on pounds
Jeremy Clarkson has revealed the unlikely secret behind his recent weight loss – on a bicycle.
The former top wheel host – who has once frustrated des and cyclists as & # 39; madmen waging a kind of idiotic war & # 39; – said his travel routine helped him get rid of two stones during a recent trip.
He told Jonathan Ross, chat presenter: & I went to Indochina on a gap year. Where I stayed was separate from the town … it was only three miles and I cycled it every day. I said: & # 39; I can't drink unless I cycle into the city & # 39 ;. I wanted to get fit. & # 39;
Clarkson, 59, now presenting The Grand Tour for online streaming service Amazon Prime, also revealed that he was admitted to the hospital in Vietnam after developing an abscess on his stomach.
Jeremy Clarkson has revealed that he has urgently traveled to the hospital during a trip to Vietnam due to a painful abscess on his stomach
The presenter – once censored for using the racist slurping on Top Gear – praised the & # 39; fantastic healthcare system & # 39; in Saigon.
& # 39; By the time I finished explaining [the problem]"The ambulance was there," he said.
& # 39; Siren on, to the hospital, doctor was there 30 seconds later and three minutes later I was on the operating table. & # 39; The interview will be broadcast on ITV tomorrow.
The presenter (photo) – once censored for using the racist slurping on Top Gear – praised the & # 39; fabulous healthcare & # 39; in Saigon.