Gordon Ramsay"s off to jail: TV chef gets banged up in Brixton to teach convicts how to cook

Gordon's off to jail: TV chef gets banged up in Brixton nick to teach convicts how to cook

He may specialise in restaurant grub but Gordon Ramsay was serving a very different clientele yesterday.

The celebrity chef was seen arriving at HMP Brixton to give those serving time a special lesson in how to serve up decent grub.

Foul mouthed Ramsay, 45, was filming for his new show which aims to help prisoners' rehabilitation by teaching them cookery skills.

Banged up: Foul mouthed Gordon Ramsay heads into HMP Brixton

Banged up: Foul mouthed Gordon Ramsay heads into HMP Brixton

The new Channel 4 series will air in the autumn.

And
the married dad, who counts David Beckham as one of his best friends,
will be sure to give even the most rude prisoner a talking too.

It
is not clear exactly what the chef is teaching the male prisoners to
cook, but it may make a change from their traditional prison cuisine.

In custardy: Gordon Ramsay heads into the jail... but not to do time, just for some cookery lessons

In custardy: Gordon Ramsay heads into the jail… but not to do time, just for some cookery lessons

I'm a celebrity... Get me out of here: Gordon looks in a hurry to leave

I'm a celebrity... Get me out of here: Gordon looks in a hurry to leave

I'm a celebrity… Get me out of here! Gordon looks in a hurry to leave after his visit

At his Claridge's restaurant the menu
boasts dishes such as Pan fried fillet of sea bream, curly kale and
celeriac pure as well as sauted chicken livers on toasted brioche.

It must a relief for Ramsay to get back to work after a bitter feud with his father-in-law.

Although Hell's Kitchen presenter reached a 2million settlement with Chris Hutchesonit is likely he faces a huge legal bill so will be keen to get back on our screen

The celebrity chef had accused his father-in-law Chris Hutcheson of hacking into private emails and plundering 1.4million from his restaurant empire to finance his serial womanising.

Locked up: The door was locked behind Gordon Ramsay as he entered a snowy Brixton prison

Locked up: The door was locked behind Gordon Ramsay as he entered a snowy Brixton prison