MANCHESTER, England - Chef Gordon Ramsay, host of the reality show Hell's Kitchen, is probably one of the most hated individuals on American television.
The arrogantly sarcastic-as-hell star of the reality cooking show, participated in a charity soccer match in Manchester's Old Trafford Stadium, home of the Manchester United Red Devils.
The game which was sponsored by Stella Artois Beer was held to raise money which will be used to make much needed repairs to the Windsor Castle drawbridge which was constructed in 1066.
According to Brompton Boxgrove, a reporter with Tickety Boo News, Ramsay was hit from behind by former Manchester United player Teddy Sheringham.
Ramsay, who makes a living out of shouting, yelling, screaming, degrading, and insulting young wannabe chefs, found himself face down in the stadium grass.
Boxgrove noted that Mr. Sheringham had told him that the reason he hit him the way he did was because he cannot stand reality cooking shows.
The Hell's Kitchen chef laid motionless on the field for several minutes. He was eventually given oxygen, a back massage, a spot of tea, and a diet blueberry crumpet.
He was then carefully placed on a stretcher and carted off to a waiting ambulance. Ramsay was immediately taken to nearby Englebert Humperdinck General Hospital.
The reality show host was treated by Dr. Blackburn Kidderminster, who is considered to be one of the best celebrity doctors in the United Kingdom.
Dr. Kidderminster has treated such well known celebrities as Russell Brand, Cat Deely, Sir Paul McCartney, Cheryl Cole, Chicharito, Pixie Lott, Len Goodman, and Queen Elizabeth II, twice.
[EDITOR'S NOTE: I spoke with Dr. Kidderminster on the phone and asked him how Mr. Ramsay was doing. He replied that apparently the injury did not affect his vocal cords as he has had to ask Mr. Ramsay to refrain from using so many curse words especially in front of volunteer nurse Sister Sarita, 87.]