Chris Evans and Matt LeBlanc in another Top Gear row
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Rugby Club bosses furious after Top Gear films near club
Chris Evans' Top Gear has hit another bump inthe road - after attempting to film at a rugby club without permission.
Presenters Chris Evans, Matt LeBlanc and Sabine Schmitz unexpectedly turned up at Folkestone Rugby Club, Kent, to film for the new series of the BBC flagship programme.
But rugby bosses were furious not to be consulted before the team arrived with a Honda motorbike, Audi and Jaguar.
Rugby club staff member Pat Morgan, who believes the hosts were mainly shooting outside the cars, said: 'They just suddenly appeared and filmed with a motorbike, which Matt LeBlanc was on, and an old red Jag and an Audi.
'I could see Chris Evans very clearly but LeBlanc was wearing a motorcycle helmet.
'They did not have permission to film here and it would have been nice if they had asked. So one of our executives went to speak to the crew.
Top Gear presenter Matt LeBlanc creating controversy with Ken Block in central London earlier this month. Picture/AP.
'As they talked the producer finally apologised saying the crew had been given a piece of paper asking them to film here.
'They didn't do any stunts, their vehicles were parked in the main car park.'
It is the latest in a series of controversial incidents since Evans took over the show- after Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May left the hit show.
Last week LeBlanc was blasted by armed forces veterans after he spun doughnuts near the Cenotaph in a power car.
And under-fire Evans has been blighted by rumours of being unprofessional on the set.
Lucky fan Jeremie Cowell managed to snap a selfie with former Friends star LeBlanc. He said: 'They were up at the rugby club filming for Top Gear.
'Chris Evans was in an 02 plate red Jaguar, Matt was on a bike and Sabine was in a dark blue 02 plate Audi.'
A BBC spokesperson said the matter was resolved on the day of filming.
The spokesperson said: 'The variable nature of location filming on Top Gear means that it is not uncommon for permissions to be sought on the day of the shoot itself.
'On this occasion, the production team acquired the relevant permissions upon arrival at the location.'