TOP Gear presenter Chris Harris says he was racially abused by a motorist after challenging their driving.
He posted a picture of the man on Twitter and told his followers he had been called a “P*** c***”.
Chris, 46, said: “This old gent’s driving was a bit all over the place.
“He told me he was 81. And then called me a, ‘P*** c***' and to, ‘F*** off’. Nice.”
The BBC host, who was adopted, has previously called himself “brown”.
Chris joined the Top Gear line-up in 2017 and fronts it with Freddie Flintoff, 43, and Paddy McGuinness, 47.
Last year Chris posted a tribute to his father.
He wrote: “My father in the late 1940s. A tall white man who adopted a small brown kid.
“That took guts in the mid 1970s. Been gone for a long time now. I thank him every day.”
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