Jeremy Clarkson has revealed the Top Gear Patagonia Special will tell the real story as to what really happened during filming.

Jeremy Clarkson has revealed the Top Gear Patagonia Special will tell the real story as to what really happened during filming.

Without going too much into details, Jeremy Clarkson mentioned on his Sun Motors column the Patagonia Special "will show what really happened" after all that controversy which emerged during shooting. He added that "it was well into filming before anyone noticed the Porsche's number plate: H982 FKL. Locals claimed it was a taunt about the 1982 Falklands War and the crew had to flee."

The Top Gear host referred to the license plate as "just a coincidence" which led to some serious consequences as the "huge, angry mob' broke a few car windows and some of the crew members were actually hurt while the security guard said at one point "we're going to be killed."

As a reminder, the Top Gear Patagonia Special part one will air on BBC 2 / BBC HD on December 27 at 8:30 PM, followed by part two a day later at 8:00 PM.

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