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Ramsay in buffalo herding crash
Gordon Ramsay
Ramsay runs nine restaurants in the UK
Chef Gordon Ramsay has crashed a car while trying to herd water buffalo for his television programme The F-Word.

Ramsay was visiting farmer Steven Mitchell at his home in Fife to make Scottish buffalo mozzarella.

The pair had set off for the fields to round up the animals in two vehicles when they collided.

"They went charging around in two 4x4s, and there was a point at which they met," a spokeswoman said. The scene has been left out of the Channel 4 show.

"Gordon wasn't hurt and the 4x4 wasn't too badly damaged," the spokeswoman added.

Ramsay's TV show got into trouble with animal rights groups last month after horse meat was shown being cooked during his programme.

Protesters from People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (Peta) dumped a ton of horse manure on the steps of his Claridge's restaurant following the broadcast.

Peta accused the programme of mounting a ratings-grabbing "gimmick".




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