The Grand Tour crew make poor fist of statue delivery
The Grand Tour crew could have used an extra hand today when a giant stone statue of Jeremy Clarkson’s left hand caused traffic chaos in Amsterdam. Fingers were pointed when they desperately tried to cover up the incident with ‘Jeremy’s crotch’ but not before being photographed.
The hand is among a selection of crates apparently containing different body parts that are mysteriously being transported through Holland, after previous sightings in Washington State and Sydney over the past two weeks.
The statues of The Grand Tour presenters Jeremy Clarkson, James May and Richard Hammond are packed onto three hiab trucks along with a selection of boxed body parts of the three presenters, they are prompting speculation that the colossal statues – likely to stand over 80 feet tall - will be erected somewhere in Europe, coinciding with The Grand Tour launching on Amazon Prime Video in the Netherlands and more than 200 countries and territories around the world.
Other body parts concealed on the crates include Clarkson, May and Hammonds arms, legs, torsos and crotches.
In October, the three presenters pre-recorded the studio section of the programme within a giant tent on the ‘Maasvlakte’ in Rotterdam, which premieres this Friday.
The Grand Tour has not yet revealed the final destination of the statues.