Jeremy Clarkson is living every frustrated airport passenger’s dream in the latest episode of The Grand Tour, as he clips an elderly man while driving motorised hand luggage.
In this week’s episode, Clarkson and Richard Hammond are in Stansted airport to experiment with ways in speeding up journeys from check-in security to boarding the plane.
One of these methods includes motorised hand luggage, as Clarkson brags about his newfound gadget to passers-by, before knocking an elderly man into a sunglasses stand.
He also seems to have a few troubles with security when a number of white substances are found in his luggage, remarking: ‘Oh here we go. Look, I put them in clear bags.
‘That’s talcum powder. Self-raising flour. That’s for my athlete’s foot. Every single airport.’
Elsewhere in the episode, Clarkson tests two modernised versions of classic Lancias, one a thorough update of the Delta Integrale, the other a new take on the Stratos.
James May, however, is looking back at the incredible story of the Porsche 917, charting its rise to one of the most successful racing cars of all time.