'Uncharted': Gordon Ramsay gags while a cow takes a dump and flicks dung on him, tickled fans call it good TV

Fans called the episode the best thing they have seen on television all weekend


                            'Uncharted': Gordon Ramsay gags while a cow takes a dump and flicks dung on him, tickled fans call it good TV
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'Gordon Ramsay: Uncharted' Season 2 has kept the viewers glued to their TV screens with its thrilling and pulse-pounding adventures. Even though traditional food has been one of the main selling points of the show, it also thrives on the host-presenter Gordon's tendency to live on the edge. He has jumped off the chopper and swam with the sharks, and in doing so, set newer standards. 

But this week, the adventure Gordon set out on was more funny than extreme. We have seen him fish for hours and hunt for earthworms, but tonight he indulged in something completely different, and possibly out of his league. The chef tried his hand at milking a cow, which wasn't at all a success. After Gordon enthusiastically approached the animal and sat down with a bucket to milk it, it started to take a dump, which he realized much after the dung started to splatter. He was okay with it until the cow flicked its tail and some of the dung went flying on his face and clothes. Gordon redeemed himself with his dishes later, but fans couldn't stop talking about how funny it was. 

"Never thought I’d see @GordonRamsay almost gag from a buffalo taking a dump #Uncharted," a fan commented, while another shared: "@GordonRamsay having s**t flicked on him is the best thing I’ve seen this week. Such a good sport and love that you try everything, Chef #Uncharted." One more said, "This was the best thing I've seen on television all weekend; ESPECIALLY when he attempted to get the milk from the Bovine!!! I love Chef Ramsay!!!" Another said, "Never thought I’d see @GordonRamsay almost gag from a buffalo taking a dump #Uncharted." 

However, that wasn't the only experience that pushed him to his limits. Putting together a beef rendang was quite the challenge, he said. "I may not be able to perfect a rendang in seven days, but honestly, I’m pretty happy with what I did. He has such a wealth of experience, and one that can only make me a much better chef," National Geographic quoted him as saying.

Catch all the new episodes of 'Uncharted' on National Geographic every Sunday. 

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