Gordon Ramsay brands Gino D’Acampo ‘crazy italian’ over dangerous driving in USA
Gino D'campo caused chaos with his "crazy driving" as he road-tripped through San Francisco with Gordon Ramsay and Fred Sirieix.
The trio visited the USA city as part of their hit ITV show Gino, Gordon and Fred, causing some chaotic scenes on their journey.
At one point chef Gino went so wild while in control of the vehicle they were travelling in, fellow cook Fred opted to jump out while they were moving rather than continue the journey.
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Gordon meanwhile was heard branding him a "crazy Italian" as he apologised to other motorists and onlookers on the famous Lombard Street known for its steep sloping tarmac and hairpin turns.
Ignoring the sign that banned vehicles over three tonnes from entering in their nine-tonne truck Gino proceeded to attempt to navigate the sharp turns on the steep road.
As Gino ignored the warning sign and took the turn Gordon protested: "No we can't go down there, we won't fit down there."
Defying him Gino challenged: "Why can't we go down there? Of course we will fit down there."
Fred was seen leaping from the vehicle as he was heard exclaiming: "I'm getting out of the car, I'm not being party to this, I'm getting out of the car."
As Gino fails to navigate his way down Gordon is heard narrating saying "cars are allowed to drive safely down, but not crazy Italians."
He is then seen demanding that Gino get out of the driver's seat and after reversing back up the hill as a crowd gathers to watch the chaos.
Elsewhere in the show the trio were filmed getting the giggles after they consumed food laced with cannabis by-product THC.
They then headed across the city to a rooftop where they took part in a gruelling yoga session with a set of young goats, giggling throughout it while still high from the edibles they had consumed.
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