Clarkson and co-presenter James May secured a place in the history books when they became the first to reach the Magnetic North Pole in a car for the 'Top Gear' special from July 2007.
While Richard Hammond was trailing behind on a dog and sleigh, Clarkson and May enjoyed gin and tonics in the warmth and relative safety of their truck. Addressing the controversies of drink driving, Clarkson claimed he was actually sailing on frozen seas in international waters where drinking is permitted.
Clarkson also designed a toilet which hung from the back of the truck which he used to lure James May into the prospect of a comfortable toilet break in the wilderness only to drive away with him still attached.
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