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  • Pat Scala
    Keep your fingers crossed - he may poison himself! ... Diners bemused by Gordon s deer stunt Friday, May 4, 2007 Gordon s stunt baffled diners Gordon Ramsay
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      Keep your fingers crossed - he may poison himself!


      Diners bemused by Gordon's deer stunt

      Friday, May 4, 2007

      Gordon's stunt baffled diners

      Gordon Ramsay served up some fresh venison to his customers - by strolling
      through his restaurant with a dead deer slung over his shoulder.

      The animal had only just been shot and diners looked on with a mixture of
      bemusement and horror.

      The chef tested his hunting skills for the new series of his Channel 4 show
      The F Word, which begins next week.

      He travelled to Norfolk and was taught how to use a high-velocity rifle -
      although Channel 4 have not yet revealed whether the deer in the show was
      killed by the star himself.

      Elsewhere in the series, the foul-mouthed chef challenges Top Gear presenter
      James May to eat some of the world's most disgusting foodstuffs as a "test
      of manliness".

      The pair managed to eat braised bull's penis, Gordon keeping his down by
      gulping white wine.

      But he proved himself to be all mouth and no trousers when it came to the
      next dish on the menu.

      "This is basically rotten shark. You have to eat it without being sick -
      that is the true definition of a proper man," he said.

      But within seconds of trying to eat it, he was violently sick in a bucket.

      An insider said: "It's very funny. Gordon challenges May to a macho food
      stand-off and comes out of it rather the worse for wear. To be fair, the
      food they eat is pretty disgusting."

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