Clarkson left with bloodied nose after motoring stunt

Screen grabbed image taken from the Twitter feed of Jeremy Clarkson as he revealed the results of his "most dangerous stunt" ever: a bloodied nose and blackened face. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Saturday April 2, 2016. The former Top Gear host is currently filming his new Amazon Prime motoring show. See PA story SHOWBIZ Clarkson. Photo credit should read: Jeremy Clarkson/Twitter/PA Wire

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Screen grabbed image taken from the Twitter feed of Jeremy Clarkson as he revealed the results of his "most dangerous stunt" ever: a bloodied nose and blackened face. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Saturday April 2, 2016. The former Top Gear host is currently filming his new Amazon Prime motoring show. See PA story SHOWBIZ Clarkson. Photo credit should read: Jeremy Clarkson/Twitter/PA Wire NOTE TO EDITORS: This handout photo may only be used in for editorial reporting purposes for the contemporaneous illustration of events, things or the people in the image or facts mentioned in the caption. Reuse of the picture may require further permission from the copyright holder.
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JEREMY CLARKSON has revealed the results of his “most dangerous stunt” ever: a bloodied nose and blackened face.

The former Top Gear host is currently filming his new Amazon Prime motoring show.

Warning fans on Thursday night, he wrote: “Tomorrow morning, I’m doing the most dangerous stunt I’ve ever attempted. This may well be a goodbye.”

Tickhill-born Clarkson, 55, clearly was not joking, as he shared a photograph with his six million Twitter followers on Friday evening showing blood dripping from his nose.

He wrote: “I survived the day. Just.”

In response to one fan, who accused him of using make-up to create the effect, he wrote: “You’re going to feel silly when you see the show. It so isn’t make-up.”

The stunt appears to have taken place in Jordan.

Clarkson joked: “My first time in A man. It hurt, but I liked it,” before clarifying several hours later: “Small typo last night. When I said I’d been in ‘a man’, I meant Amman. Apologies.”

Clarkson’s new show, which he will present alongside Richard Hammond and James May, is scheduled for an autumn release date.

This will follow the launch of the BBC’s revamped Top Gear in May, with Chris Evans at the helm.