Top Gear’s Freddie Flintoff and Paddy McGuinness pour urine on the ground as they spend 24 hours in their cars – The Sun

TOP Gear's Paddy McGuinness and Fredde Flintoff poured urine on the ground as they spent 24 hours inside their cars.

The hosts bunked down for the night inside a Volvo and a Tesla, respectively, and had to relieve themselves into a blue vessel that they were filmed emptying.

Paddy, 46, wrapped his vessel around his neck and leaned out the car window to get some fresh air.

The duo were filming a 24 hour tour of Paddy's hometown of Bolton and weren't allowed out of their cars.

Freddie, 43, was previously seen handing the crew some cash to buy him supplies for the night.

Despite the cramped conditions, the pair looked to be in good spirits.

Their journey began at Le Mans Crescent and the comedian posed for pictures outside the town hall with his co-stars.

Before arriving in Bolton, Paddy asked his Twitter followers for sightseeing suggestions on where to visit during the trip back to his home town.

And the response was emphatic – apparently he should definitely treat Freddie and Chris Harris to a pasty barm.

One wrote: "I’m sure you’ve got this one covered but a Carr’s pasty barm pit stop is a life-changing must."

Another follower wrote: "Race up to Winter Hill and a pasty barm for dinner."

The presenters posed for pictures with fans before filming in the spring sunshine outside Bolton Town Hall.

Council Leader, Cllr David Greenhalgh said: “Bolton is used to welcoming some of the biggest names in film and television.

“But today is extra special as we play host to one of the BBC’s most popular programmes, hosted by our very own Paddy McGuinness.

“I wish the lads luck on their 24-hour challenge, as they visit Bolton Market and many other local landmarks. With so much on offer they certainly won’t run out of things to do.

Freddie and Paddy joined the show for its 27th series in 2019.

The show all petrol heads love recently made the switch to BBC One in a dramatic move to boost ratings and target younger viewers.

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