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Monday, 3 January 2011

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Gordon Ramsay, the chef (44), was doused in petrol and held at gunpoint while investigating illegal fishing for a television series.

A simple trip abroad to look into illegal fishing for shark fins turned into horror for Gordon Ramsey and the TV crew. Surprise! Surprise.

What the hell did they expect? Did they expect law-breaking Costa Ricans to welcome a pack of nosey bloody foreigners with open arms when they filmed them? Did they excpect these criminals to pose with 'illigal' shark fins and smile for the cameras?

What were these filmakers thinking? Gordon was doused with petrol but it wasn't long before the petrol was diluted as he wet his pants in fear. His eyes filled with tears and he trembled uncontrollably when a number of loaded rifles were pointed in his direction. Tough guy Gordon whimpered like a 4 yr. old as he waited for help to arrive.

Not one 'F' word passed his lips as he silently 'prayed' for deliverance.

After the ordeal he swore that he will remove Shark Fin Soup from the menus in ALL of his restaurants.

A 'Shoot On Sight' order has been given if Gordon dares to return to Costa Rica in the future.

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