Top Gear: Evil Plan or an Odd Coincidence?



A strange coincidence happened with a crew of Top Gear while they were making a new film in Argentina last year. They were ready for all emergences, but not for an attempt to destroy their property and, moreover, to mess up them. As the result local authorities forbad producing of their program and asked to leave the country. 
Top Gear: Evil Plan or an Odd Coincidence?

   Jeremy Clarkson, the presenter of Top Gear, asserted that they incur losses because of sudden protests of thousands of local dwellers against their filming. The thing was that they felt cordial abhorrence of a registration plate of the Porsche, in which the anchorman was driving. It has got the following figures and letters - H982 FKL, which are similar with the date when the Falklands War was (in the 1982). At first, the crew did not understand what was going on. They thought that people are indignant and shouting in vain. But when they took into it at once the change of the number plate was made. Jeremy Clarkson also said, that after this incident they decided to have a rest in their hotel in Ushuaia, but the crowd got to it and organized a shower stones on our cars and us. They could even kill somebody. He insisted upon the suspicion that the local government mounted this attack. 

   The executive producer Andy Wilman states, that there was not a special selection of cars for a program according to their numbers, and that they could not substitute the old registration plate for a new offensive one.  
Top Gear: Evil Plan or an Odd Coincidence? 
   In the interview for one newspaper Clarkson said, that nobody did not plan an unfortunate joke, they even did not mention that coincidence. A bad overlap happened with them. He added, that such an accident was worse than filming in the trouble spots (he meant Afghanistan and Iraq).  In a tweet he posted the following: “We had planned a good ending for the show. But thanks to the government’s foolishness, it’s now even better.” 
Top Gear: Evil Plan or an Odd Coincidence?

   By the way, it was not the first controversy in the show. The first one happened in Burma when Clarkson said a racial slur, and the second one had a place in Mexico, when Richard Hammond insulted Mexican national features.
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