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Gordon Ramsay fans lose it after he throws rotten apple at restaurant owner on 24 Hours to Hell and Back

Gordon Ramsay fans lost it on social media after the celebrity chef threw a rotten apple at a disgruntled restaurant owner on 24 Hours to Hell and Back.

Wednesday night’s show broadcast on Channel 4 saw the celebrity chef visit the struggling Lowery’s Seafood Restaurant in Tappahannock, Virginia, hoping to improve their fortunes.

In typical 24 Hours to Hell and Back style, Gordon donned a ridiculous disguise to inspect the food, dressing up as an old man to avoid detection – his best outfit since seeing in 2021 as a grandma.

He was served week-old seafood, including crab cakes and a dodgy oyster bowl – safe to say he wasn’t impressed.

A hidden-camera video then revealed expired food, before a staff member admitted the restaurant had a salmonella outbreak.

Things got worse when Gordon revealed his true identity and took a look behind the scenes in the kitchen. Inside, Gordon discovered the staff never washed the equipment, with black mould growing on the walk-in.

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The moment had viewers in hysterics (Picture: Channel 4)

The highlight for many though came when Gordon discovered a batch of rotten apples. When the owner gave an excuse Gordon wasn’t happy with, the chef threw the mushy apples straight at him.

The moment brought a big reaction from viewers, with many left in hysterics.

‘Can’t believe [Gordon] just threw rotten apples at a guy on #ToHellandBack’ one wrote.

‘Wow Gordon Ramsay is really levelling up. He just launched a rotten apple at some poor prat in his own kitchen,’ another said.





Despite the apple incident, the restaurant were able to turn things around with Gordon’s help – thank goodness.

Gordon Ramsay’s 24 Hours to Hell and Back airs on Channel 4.


Credit: Original article published here.

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